About our Research
We research magnetism and quantum information science in the solid state. We are interested in both fundemental 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.
- 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 mangeto-thermal microscopy.
- Chiral and topologogical magnetism.
Local Photothermal Control of Phase Transitions for On-demand Room-temperature Rewritable Magnetic Patterning
Antonio B. Mei*, Isaiah Gray*, Yongjian Tang, Jurgen Schubert, Don Werder, Jason Bartell, Daniel C. Ralph, Gregory D. Fuchs, and Darrell G. Schlom, “Local Photothermal Control of Phase Transitions for On-demand Room-temperature Rewritable Magnetic Patterning.” Advanced Materials 32, 2001080 (2020). arXiv: 1906.07239 (* denotes equal contributions)
- Featured on the inside cover of Advanced Materials
- Cornell Chronicle: Rewritable magnetic patterning: think tiny Etch A Sketch
- Cornell Chronicle: Acoustics put a fresh spin on electron transitions
Denis R. Candido, Gregory D. Fuchs, Ezekiel Johnston-Halperin, Michael E. Flatté, “Predicted strong coupling of solid-state spins via a single magnon mode.” Materials for Quantum Technology accepted manuscript, DOI:10.1088/2633-4356/ab9a55 (2020). [arXiv:2003.04341]
Disentangling magnetic and grain contrast in polycrystalline FeGe thin films using 4-D Lorentz Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy
Kayla X. Nguyen, Emrah Turgut, Michael C. Cao, Jack Glaser, Zhen Chen, Matthew J. Stolt, Song Jin, Gregory D. Fuchs, and David A. Muller, “Disentangling magnetic and grain contrast in polycrystalline FeGe thin films using 4-D Lorentz Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy.” arXiv:2001.06900 (2020).
Shaoyang Wang, Albert Min Gyu Park, Paraskevi Flouda, Alexandra D. Easley, Fei Li, Ting Ma, Gregory D. Fuchs, and Jodie L. Lutkenhaus, “Solution‐processable thermally crosslinked organic radical polymer battery cathodes.” ChemSusChem https://doi.org/10.1002/cssc.201903554 (2020).