As a part of the CNR NANO 2021 Second Semester Colloquia, Dr. Claudio Bonizzoni is giving the talk: “Coherent Manipulation and Readout of Molecular Spins through Microwave Planar Superconducting Resonators” next thursday october 7th at 15:00 (3 p.m., italian time).
We are happy to announce that our new website is finally ready and online. Feel free to share the link among all your contacts: https://www.lowtlab.unimore.it/. Please, stay tuned!!
Our new website is finally under construction!!
The special issue on “Superconductor and Semiconductor-Based Radiation Detectors at Microwave and Terahertz Frequencies” of Journal Sensors, with guest Editors Dr. Alberto Ghirri (CNR NANO) and Dr. Francesco Rossella (FIM Unimore), is still open for submission. See previous news below
Our new paper “Coupling Sub-nanoliter BDPA Organic Radical Spin Ensembles with YBCO Inverse Anapole Resonators” is now on-line at this link (see also this Springer sharedit link for enhanced pdf file). “We report the development and test of planar microwave
There was a partial solar eclipse this morning. Our team forgot about low temperatures and focused on the hottest object in the Solar System (at least for a while…).
Our Researchers Dr. Alberto Ghirri (CNR NANO) and Dr. Francesco Rossella (FIM Unimore) are Guest Editors of the special issue on “Superconductor and Semiconductor-Based Radiation Detectors at Microwave and Terahertz Frequencies” of Journal Sensors. Deadline for submission is next march,
Our preprint on “Machine Learning-Assisted Manipulation and Readout of Molecular Spin Qubits” is available on ArXIv at this link. ABSTRACT: Machine Learning finds application in the quantum control and readout of qubits. In this work we apply Artificial Neural Networks
CNR NANO Activity Report 2022 is finally online at this page (or at this direct link). Our group is involved in several activities, publications and news reported. Check also our highlight on “Coherent Manipulation and Readout of Molecular Spins through
Our preprint on “Coupling sub-nanoliter BDPA organic radical spin ensembles with YBCO inverse anapole resonators” is on line at this link. ABSTRACT: We report the development and test of planar microwave Inverse Anapole Resonators (IARs) made of superconducting Yttrium Barium
The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia has scheduled a presentation day of the whole PhD Program available in 2022 (including also “Physics and Nanosciences, XXXVIII cycle”). The presentation day will take place next july, 19th 2022 at 15:00 (italian
The official call for admission to PhD positions at University of Modena e Reggio Emilia is now open. Candidates must have complited an italian master degree (or an equivalent academic qualification from a foreign University) within october, 31 2022 in
Our Lab has recently acquired a Confocal Microscope with the aim to carry out Nitrogen Vacancy (NV)-based sensing and quantum sensing experiments on magnetic materials, by combining optical and microwave excitations (see e.g. Kim et al. Nature Electronics 2, 284