CQD special colloquium
17. July 2018 11:00Seminarraum 2.402, Kirchhoff-Institut für Physik, INF 227
In recent years the Nitrogen-Vacancy (NV) center has emerged as a promising sensor for magnetic fields. Due to their properties as a quantum system, NV center based sensors are inherently calibrated, exhibit high magnetic susceptibility, bandwidth, temperature working range, durability, and functionality at high magnetic fields.
In order to miniaturize and improve such sensors, different sensor architectures and sensing techniques have been investigated, to achieve high magnetic field sensitivity while maintaining a small diameter.