About our Research
We research magnetism and quantum information science in the solid state. We are interested in both fundamental phenomena and applications. Current research includes:
- Coupling spins to mechanical resonators to enable new forms of quantum control, quantum sensing, and hybrid quantum systems.
- Discovery and study of quantum systems in 2D materials.
- Quantum interactions between single spins and magnons to enable entanglement and quantum transduction.
- Hybrid quantum systems composed of a superconducting circuit and low-damping magnons.
- Quantum sensing of magnetic materials using a single-spin probe.
- The development of time-resolved scanning probe magneto-thermal microscopy as a tool for spintronics.
- Antiferromagnetic spintronics using magneto-thermal microscopy.
- Chiral and topological magnetism.
*We have opportunities for graduate students and postdocs.
Jialun Luo, Yifei Geng, Farhan Rana, and Gregory D. Fuchs, “Room temperature optically detected magnetic resonance of single spins in GaN.” arXiv:2306.12337 (2023).
Yanyou Xie, Hil Fung Harry Cheung, Gregory D. Fuchs, “Nanoscale magnetic field sensing with spin-Hall nano-oscillator devices,” arXiv:2303.02478 (2023).
Qin Xu, Hil Fung Harry Cheung, Donley S. Cormode, Tharnier O. Puel, Huma Yusuf, Michael Chilcote, Michael E. Flatté, Ezekiel Johnston-Halperin, and Gregory D. Fuchs, “Strong photon-magnon coupling using a lithographically defined organic ferrimagnet,” arXiv:2212.04423 (2022)
Current-induced switching of thin film α-Fe2O3 devices imaged using a scanning single-spin microscope
Qiaochu Guo, Anthony D’Addario, Yang Cheng, Jeremy Kline, Isaiah Gray, Hil Fung Harry Cheung, Fengyuan Yang, Katja C. Nowack, and Gregory D. Fuchs, “Current-induced switching of thin film α-Fe2O3 devices imaged using a scanning single-spin microscope,” Phys. Rev. Materials 7, 064402 (2023). [arXiv:22100.6233]