CRYOGENIC QUANTUM MICROSCOPE FACILITY (NON-ARC CASH)
Grant number: LE180100037 | Funding period: 2018 - 2018
This project aims to establish a cryogenic, quantum microscope facility in Australia. Quantum sensing is a new field that harnesses the properties of individual quantum systems to realise new types of detection and imaging with unprecedented combination of sensitivity and spatial resolution. The potential innovations, applications and benefits to society are far reaching across the full spectrum of scientific and engineering activity, from the development of atomic-scale imaging of protein structures for drug discovery, to the study of chemical, physical, and biological processes and materials for advanced technology and manufacturing.
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Laser Modulation of Superconductivity in a Cryogenic Wide-field Nitrogen-Vacancy Microscope.
Scott E Lillie, David A Broadway, Nikolai Dontschuk, Sam C Scholten, Brett C Johnson, Sebastian Wolf, Stephan Rachel, Lloyd CL Hollenberg, Jean-Philippe Tetienne
We realize a cryogenic wide-field nitrogen-vacancy microscope and use it to image Abrikosov vortices and transport currents in a s..