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OSE Seminar with Dr. Victor Acosta on Diamond quantum sensing

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Dr, Acosta

Posted: September 4, 2018

Joint OSE Seminar with CQuiC

Diamond quantum sensing

By Dr. Victor Acosta of UNM Physics & Astronomy Department and CHTM


Wednesday, September 4, 2018






CHTM, Room 101


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The nitrogen-vacancy color center in diamond is an attractive candidate for solid-state quantum sensing and imaging. I will discuss ongoing experiments in our labs at CHTM that explore several applications of diamond quantum sensing. These include microfluidic nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy [1] and magnetic microscopy of malarial hemozoin nanocrystals [2]. 

1. P. Kehayias*, A. Jarmola*, N. Mosavian, I. Fescenko, F. M. Benito, A. Laraoui, J. Smits, L. Bougas, D. Budker, A. Neumann, S. R. J. Brueck, V. M. Acosta, "Solution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy on a nanostructured diamond chip." Nature Communications 8, 188 (2017). 

2. I. Fescenko, A. Laraoui, J. Smits, N. Mosavian, P. Kehayias, J. Seto, L. Bougas, A. Jarmola, V. M. Acosta,"Diamond magnetic microscopy of malarial hemozoin nanocrystals." arxiv:1808.03636 (2018).