QUSCOPE/CQOM seminar - Ulrik Lund Andersen, Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark: Quantum sensing with diamond spins

2018.06.14 | Grete Flarup

Date Mon 18 Jun
Time 15:15 16:00
Location 1525-626

Abstract:

Due to its outstanding electronic properties at room temperature, the Nitrogen-Vacancy (NV) center hosted by a diamond crystal has generated increasing interest in quantum information science and in quantum sensing. The NV center has been deployed in numerous quantum information protocols and in measuring extremely small magnetic fields from e.g. neurons and single protons – all performed at ambient temperature and pressure. In this talk we report on an increased sensing efficiency using optimized measurement protocols and improved designs, and I will outline a path towards measuring neurons from human brains.

Coffee/Tea and cake will be served from 15:00

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