Moiré superlattices formed in van der Waals materials have emerged as a new platform to explore strong correlation physics and topological physics in two-dimensional (2D) electronic systems. In this talk, I will mainly present electronic transport and compressibility studies of moiré superlattices built on 2D transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDc) semiconductors. A series of correlation-driven states, including Mott insulators , generalized Wigner crystals , and stripe phases , formed at either integer or fractional filling factors of the moiré superlattices. Benefiting from the extraordinary tunability of the system, an interaction-driven Mott transition has been realized experimentally . Furthermore, we found the band topology also plays an important role in TMDc moiré superlattices, which enable us to realize a quantum anomalous Hall state in TMDc moiré superlattices . Our studies pave the path for discovery of a wealth of emergent phenomena arising from the combined influence of strong correlation and topology in TMDc moiré superlattices.
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