Dr. Singha is one of the six newly selected Elisabeth Schiemann fellows of the Max Planck Society of 2022.
This research involves non-invasive magnetic imaging and coherent control of single spins on surfaces using novel defect centres (such as nitrogen vacancies in diamond). Learn more
This thesis will focus on establishing high-resolution magnetometry technique at low-temperatures and ultra-high vacuum. These controlled environments are crucial for understanding and manipulating single spins on surfaces. Learn more.
We welcome enthusiastic masters and bachelor students for working with us at the intersection of physics, material science and engineering. Interested candidates should directly write to Dr. Singha (email@example.com)
Thanks to the IQST young researcher grant. Welcome Toni!
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200 k € for two years to initiate her independent research through young researcher grant