Developing a new microscopy method which will give chemical sensitivity at the low nanometer scale. Students with a background in engineering are also encouraged to apply.
Using new microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to characterize the atomic, electronic, and chemical structure at the solid/gas interface. Multiple positions available.
Developing a new method of performing magnetic resonance imaging on the nanoscale using a quantum sensor, the nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond.
New scanning methods in magnetic resonance imaging, with applications on ultrahighfield preclinical and clinical research and diagnosis
PhD in magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy of the human brain
Design and fabrication of a microwave resonator for an amplified manipulation of a single spin in diamond
Single-molecule fluorescence experiments to study protein folding and dynamics.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and imaging (MRI) of the human brain
1) Detection and measurement of nano-structures with chip-based optical micro-resonators
2) Interactions between single photons and single atoms using laser-cooled atoms and chip-based micro-resonators
Studying electronic and spin properties of organic-inorganic interfaces
Development of new methods in multidimensional magnetic resonance (NMR and MRI)
Experimental research in:
(I) Molecular electronics; (II) Molecules as electro-mechanical systems; (III) Nanoscale heat transport; (IV) Sustainable energy and heat to electricity conversion; and (V) Spin transport at the molecular scale.
Nanoplasmonics- interaction of light with small metallic particles and molecules
Developing a novel apparatus to exact a very high magnetic field gradient on the nanoscale
An alternative method of detecting magnetic resonance of single spins in the solid state
Development and applications of new methods in in vivo magnetic resonance, including clinical MRI
M.Sc. in magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the human brain
Single-molecule magnetic resonance using a single spin qubit