The recent discovery of correlated insulator states, superconductivity and the quantum anomalous Hall effect in moiré superlattices has sparked a new field which is known today as Twistronics. Moiré superlattices are created by stacking of van der Waals heterostructures with a controlled twist angle which enables the engineering of electron band structure. This unique degree of freedom enables to reduce the energy bandwidth of electrons compared to the long-range Coulomb interaction energy thereby promoting correlated effects. In this line of research, we intend to probe these many body physics phenomena and uncover its origin and properties by utilizing shot noise as well as Josephson interferometry techniques.