Greg was interveiwed by the Cornell Daily Sun about our nanomagnetism research.
Our recent paper “A single-molecule approach to ZnO defect studies: single photons and single defects” by N. R. Jungwirth et al. is out on the arXiv.
Three Fuchs group members are giving talks at the APS March meeting this year. They are:
- Jason Bartell, who will present D48.00011 : Imaging of In-Plane Magnetization using the Time Resolved Anomalous Nernst Effect
- Nick Jungwirth, who will present G44.00011 : A Single Molecule Approach to Defect Studies in ZnO
- Evan MacQuarrie, who will present J34.00010 : Mechanical driving of nitrogen-vacancy center spins in diamond
Come see them in Denver!
Greg Fuchs, assistant professor of applied and engineering physics, and Noah Snavely, assistant professor of computer science, … (continue)
Greg has been honored by President Obama with a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), nominated by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Six early-career Cornell faculty members are recent recipients of National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards, … (continue)
Greg Fuchs has been awarded an NSF CAREER award to study the quantum properties of single defects in ZnO and their pote
Evan MacQuarrie has been invited by the Cornell Electron Devices Society to give a seminar on his Mechanical Spin Control work. The talk is Friday 8/16
Fuchs Group undergraduate Hung-Shen Chang has been selected as a Hunter R.