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Dr

Jean-Philippe Tetienne

Discovery Early Career Researcher - Decra Fellow
Physics
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physical sciences
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materials science
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Dr

Jean-Philippe Tetienne

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
2D materials
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Dr

Jean-Philippe Tetienne

 

Jean-Philippe Tetienne is a Research Fellow in the School of Physics. He completed his PhD in 2014 at ENS Cachan, France, where he developed new quantum sensing and microscopy techniques based on spin defects in diamond.

He joined the University of Melbourne in 2015 to develop these techniques further and apply them to condensed matter systems. His research interests include spin physics, colour centres in diamond, nanomagnetism, nuclear magnetic resonance and 2D materials. He was an ARC DECRA fellow from 2017-2019 and is currently with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology.
Further information about our research group can be found here:
www.blogs.unimelb.edu.au/quantum-technology

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

Best PhD thesis Prize

French Society "Triangle de la Physique"

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Credentials

Positions


Discovery Early Career Researcher - Decra Fellow

Physics

Education


Doctorate in Physics

Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan

Masters in Physics

Universite Denis Diderot (Paris VII)

Licence in Physics

Universite Paris Sud (Paris XI)