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.
- 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.
- Mallory successfully defends PhD. Congratulations Dr. Guy!
- Tara Gallagher ('19) and Johnny Elliott ('19) are awarded James Freedman Presidential Scholarships
- Kent Ueno ('18), Krishan Canzius ('18) are awarded research grants for full-time research during summer 2017
- Kipp teaches his first class - Physics 76: Methods of Experimental Physics - at Dartmouth
- Penny, Linda, Tara, Krishan and Kent present their research at the 26th Wetterhahn Science Symposium
- Mallory's paper Chemisorption of Water on the Surface of Silicon Microparticles Measured by DNP-Enhanced NMR is accepted in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
- WISP interns Runze (Penny) Liu ('20) and Linda Xiao ('20) join the lab
- Ken's paper probing disorder and localization in nuclear spin chains is on the arXiv - collaborative work with Professor Paola Cappellaro at MIT.
- We were awarded a Global Exploratory/Development Grant to support our ongoing DNP collaboration with Nottingham.
- Stamp's Scholar Saba Kaboly ('18) joins the lab.
- Mallory's paper on using DNP to study hydrogen monolayers on silicon particles is on the arXiv.
- Our collaborative proposal with Professor Walter Kockenberger at the University of Nottingham to access the Nottingham high-field DNP MAS system is funded.
- Anisha Ariff ('19) and Tara Gallagher ('19) begin Sophomore Science Scholarships in the lab.