2014 - Max Planck Research Award Pioneering work in the field of quantum nanoscience
His main research concerns Spins, Condensed matter physics, Atomic physics, Vacancy defect and Nanotechnology. The various areas that Jörg Wrachtrup examines in his Spins study include Magnetic resonance force microscopy, Quantum register, Quantum, Optoelectronics and Magnetic field. Jörg Wrachtrup combines subjects such as Laser, Quantum technology, Image resolution and Quantum optics with his study of Optoelectronics.
His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Spin polarization and Quantum spin liquid. His Atomic physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Charge, Excitation, Quantum information processing and Nitrogen. His work on Nanoscopic scale and Emerging technologies as part of general Nanotechnology study is frequently linked to National level and Information society, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Jörg Wrachtrup mainly investigates Optoelectronics, Spins, Condensed matter physics, Photon and Vacancy defect. His Optoelectronics study combines topics in areas such as Quantum technology, Quantum sensor and Nanotechnology. His Spins study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum, Electron, Spin and Magnetic field.
His work on Spin-½ as part of his general Condensed matter physics study is frequently connected to Spin echo and Pulsed EPR, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In his research, Quantum information and Quantum network is intimately related to Qubit, which falls under the overarching field of Photon. His study in Vacancy defect is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ion implantation, Atomic physics and Nitrogen.
His primary areas of investigation include Quantum, Optoelectronics, Magnetic field, Quantum sensor and Condensed matter physics. The concepts of his Quantum study are interwoven with issues in Photonics, Spins and Spin-½. In his study, Spin, Paramagnetism, Resonance, Relaxation and Delocalized electron is inextricably linked to Electron, which falls within the broad field of Spins.
His studies deal with areas such as Quantum information, Fluorescence, Modulation and Nitrogen as well as Optoelectronics. Jörg Wrachtrup is studying Magnetometer, which is a component of Magnetic field. Jörg Wrachtrup focuses mostly in the field of Condensed matter physics, narrowing it down to matters related to Microscopy and, in some cases, Field.
Jörg Wrachtrup focuses on Quantum, Spins, Optoelectronics, Silicon and Magnetic field. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Feature, Action, Theoretical computer science and Photon. His Spins study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Molecular physics, Electron and Spin.
His Silicon research includes elements of Excited state, Vacancy defect, Dephasing and Qubit. In his research, Quantum sensor is intimately related to Temporal resolution, which falls under the overarching field of Magnetic field. Jörg Wrachtrup interconnects Nitrogen-vacancy center, Spin-½ and Coupling in the investigation of issues within Quantum entanglement.
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Ultralong spin coherence time in isotopically engineered diamond
Gopalakrishnan Balasubramanian;Philipp Neumann;Daniel Twitchen;Matthew Markham.
Nature Materials (2009)
Nanoscale imaging magnetometry with diamond spins under ambient conditions
Gopalakrishnan Balasubramanian;I. Y. Chan;I. Y. Chan;Roman Kolesov;Mohannad Al-Hmoud.
Scanning confocal optical microscopy and magnetic resonance on single defect centers
A. Gruber;A. Dräbenstedt;C. Tietz;L. Fleury.
Single defect centres in diamond: A review
F. Jelezko;J. Wrachtrup.
Physica Status Solidi (a) (2006)
Observation of coherent oscillation of a single nuclear spin and realization of a two-qubit conditional quantum gate.
F. Jelezko;T. Gaebel;I. Popa;M. Domhan.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy on a (5-nanometer)3 sample volume.
T. Staudacher;T. Staudacher;F. Shi;S. Pezzagna;J. Meijer.
High precision nano scale temperature sensing using single defects in diamond
Philipp Neumann;Ingmar Jakobi;Florian Dolde;Christian Burk.
arXiv: Quantum Physics (2013)
Single-Shot Readout of a Single Nuclear Spin
Philipp Neumann;Johannes Beck;Matthias Steiner;Florian Rempp.
Processing quantum information in diamond
Jörg Wrachtrup;Fedor Jelezko.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2006)
Quantum measurement and orientation tracking of fluorescent nanodiamonds inside living cells
L. P. McGuinness;Y. Yan;A. Stacey;D. A. Simpson.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
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