We advance the state-of-the-art in precision measurement — based on quantum science — and then apply these capabilities to problems in both the physical and life sciences.
A paper on NV-Diamond Magnetic Microscopy using a Double Quantum 4-Ramsey Protocol has been posted on the arXiv.
A big Walsworth welcome to Xiechen Zheng, a new graduate student from the Department of Electrical Engineering! We are super excited to have you in the group!
The University of Maryland, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering has published a news story on Matthew Turner‘s results in the paper Magnetic Field Fingerprinting of Integrated-Circuit Activity with a Quantum Diamond Microscope published in Physical Review Applied. Check it out here! Congrats Matthew!
Photo of the Month
Matt Rosen and colleagues have demonstrated the use of a portable low-field MRI scanner at the bedside of critically ill patients, including some with COVID. This new technology grew out of work performed in Rosen‘s lab as well as earlier enabling research in the Walsworth group. Here, Matt (left) is shown with colleague Taylor Kimberly next to a Hyperfine portable MRI scanner at Massachusetts General Hospital.