Welcome to the Ramanathan Lab in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College. We are an experimental research group working at the interface of quantum information processing and condensed matter physics. Our laboratory develops and uses magnetic resonance methods to control and characterize the quantum dynamics of solid state spin systems. Our experiments utilize a variety of techniques including DC, radiofrequency and microwave electronics and cryogenics. We have a number of undergraduate and graduate students working together on a variety of projects. You can find out more about the specific projects under the research tab.
- Kent Ueno wins the Haseltine Chemistry-Physics Prize
- Tara Gallagher ('19) is awarded a research grant for summer 2018. She will spend part of the summer at Harvard working with alumna Laurel Anderson ('14) learning how to fabricate graphene devices.
- Daphna Shimon is supported by the SharedEPR network to attend BigMag@UCSB - a workshop to explore pulsed magnetic resonance at fields up to 32 T.
- We present 3 talks at the 2018 APS March Meeting in Los Angeles.
- Lihuang receives his Graduate Student Travel Award at the DCMP reception.
- Kent Ueno wins a Neukom Scholar award for Spring 2018
- Ken Wei's paper on Localization in nuclear spin chains is published in Physical Review Letters - collaborative work with Professor Paola Cappellaro at MIT. Here's a news article describing the significance of the work.
- Kipp teaches Physics 47: Optics
- Postdoc Daphna Shimon joins the group.
- Congratulations to Kent Ueno on his induction to Phi Beta Kappa
- We present 3 posters at ISMAR 2017 in Quebec City
- Jon gives a talk on Fast adiabatic control near the quantum speed limit at the 48th Annual APS-DAMOP Conference in Sacramento
- Lihuang's paper Optical Dependence of Electrically Detected Magnetic Resonance in Lightly Doped Si:P Devices is published in Physical Review Applied
- ASSURE scholar Maribel Aibarracin joins the group.