- Kent successfully defended his senior thesis - Entanglement spectra of engineered NMR spin Hamiltonians. Kent Ueno wins the Haseltine Chemistry-Physics Prize
- Krishan successfully defended his senior thesis - Entanglement metrics for quantum spin chains
- Tara Gallagher ('19) is awarded a research grants 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.
- 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.
- Lihuang's paper on the optical dependence of EDMR in phosphorus-doped silicon is on the arXiv
- Lihuang, Mallory and Kipp present posters at the Gordon Conference on Defects in Semiconductors
- Jon is named a finalist for the 2016 APS LeRoy Apker Award
- Jon wins the Haseltine Award for Chemistry-Physics and the Gazzaniga Family Science Award. One of 8 valedictorians, Jon was chosen to present the valedictory address to the College at Commencement.
- Mallory is named a Gordon F. Hull Fellow for 2016-2017. She is the 32nd recipient of this award established at the bequest of Gordon Ferrie Hull, Eminent Professor of Physics at Dartmouth from 1899 to 1940.
- Lihuang wins the Physics and Astronomy Chair's Teaching Award recognizing excellence in laboratory instruction.
- Mallory spent 6 weeks in Nottingham visiting Walter Kockenberger's lab.
- Jon and Hassan successfully complete their Senior Honors theses. Jon won a Wilder Fellowship to continue doing research over the summer. He will join Harvard in the the Fall. Hassan is doing an internship in Germany over the summer before returning to Dartmouth to complete his BE at Thayer.
- Jon's paper on Superadiabatic control of quantum operations is published in Physical Review A
- Kent Ueno ('18), Krishan Canzius ('18) and Jesse Feldman-Stein ('18) are awarded James Freedman Presidential Scholarships
- Kipp collects the lab's first zero-field EDMR spectra
- Our helium recovery system is up and running!
- Jon's paper is on the arXiv
- Jon, Lihuang and Mallory present highlights of their work at the American Physical Society's March Meeting in Baltimore
- WISP interns Anisha Ariff ('19) and Hang (Christine) Qi ('19) join the lab
- Mallory's paper Design and characterization of a W-band system for modulated DNP experiments is published in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance
- Merritt Losert ('17) is awarded a research grant to do full-time research during the 2016 Winter term
- Mallory and Lihuang present their work at the 2015 Joint Fall Meeting of the APS and AAPT New England Sections
- Visiting student Makoto Seto from Keio University joins the lab
- Postdoctoral Associate Kipp van Schooten joins the lab
- Jon presents a poster at the Gordon Conference on Quantum Control of Light and Matter
- Mallory and Lihuang give talks at the 57th International EPR Symposium of the Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance
- Dan Wisniewski, a graduate student in Walter Kockenberger's group at Nottingham University, is spending the summer visiting the lab
- Jon wins the 2015 Neukom Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Computational Science for his work Optimizing Adiabatic Quantum Transformations
- Willam Athol ('15) receives the Haseltine Physics Prize. Will successfully defended his senior thesis - Design and Validation of a Zero-Field and Low-Field EDMR System. Will was also a Salutatorian for the Class of 2015
- Edrei Chua ('17) and Stylianos Tegas ('17) are accepted as James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar Research Assistants for 2015-2016.
- Michail and Hassan are awarded research grants to do full-time research during the the 2015 Summer term
- Our pilot proposal Magnetic Resonance Characterization of Hyperfine Interactions in Graphene: Toward Coherent Graphene Spintronics is funded by the Provost's Office
- Mallory wins one of the best poster awards at Dartmouth's annual Graduate Poster Session for her poster entitled Using Frequency Modulation to Improve Dynamic Nuclear Polarization at 3.34 T
- We're featured in Niranjan Ramanand's article in the Dartmouth Chronicle - The universe of physics and the physics of the universe
- Mallory's modulated DNP experiments come online
- Jon wins an Undergraduate Research Award from the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo. Jon will spend the summer of 2015 working with Professor David Cory.
- Jon is awarded a second research grant to do full-time research in the lab during his Spring 2015 off-term.
- Wisp Interns Julie Lee ('18) and Jessie Anderson ('18) join the lab
- PRL on optical hyperpolarization of phosphorus donors in silicon is published.
- Test first batch of epi-silicon samples.
- Edrei Chua ('17) is awarded a Sophomore Science Scholarship for Spring 2015 to model controlled phosphorus implantation in silicon.
- Jon Vandermause ('16) is awarded a research grant to do full-time research in his Winter 2015 off-term
- Saad Shamsi joins the lab for 2014-2015.
- Mallory and Michail Athanasakis ('18) start setting up our Langmuir-Blodgett tank.
- Mallory builds a stable DNP setup for liquid nitrogen temperatures.
- Our NSF proposal on DNP-enhanced NMR surface characterization is funded.
- Year 2 of our DartDose CMCR pilot project Enhancing Low Temperature LOD-ESR study of radiation-induced signals in nails is funded.
- Lihuang measures our first low-field EDMR signals from a phosphorus-doped silicon wafer.
- Sarah receives the Haseltine Physics Prize. Sarah successfully defended her senior thesis - Design and Early Verification of an Electrically Detected Magnetic Resonance (EDMR) System. Sarah plans to remain at Dartmouth to finish her Masters in Engineering.
- Laurel Anderson ('14) wins first place in the Christoper G. Reed Science Competition and receives the Physics and Astronomy Faculty Prize in Memory of Francis W. Sears. Laurel successfully defended her senior thesis - Experimental Control of Spin Chain Dynamics. Laurel will spend next year at Churchill College in Cambridge pursuing an M. Phil in Physics (by research), following which she will begin her PhD at Harvard University. Laurel was awarded a James B. Reynold's Scholarship from Dartmouth to pursue her studies in Cambridge.
- Hassan and Jon are accepted as James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar Research Assistants for 2014-2015.
- Sejal and Merrit are awarded Sophomore Science Scholarships for 2014-2015.
- Willam Athol ('15) is awarded a Wilder Fellowship for the Winter term in 2014-2015.
- Mallory measures her first W-band LOD-ESR signals at both room and liquid helium temperatures.
- Mallory Guy (G) presented her work at the 55th Annual Experimental NMR Conference in Boston in March.
- Merritt Losert ('17), Sejal Shah ('17) and Jonathan Vandermause ('16) join the lab.
- Alex Meill ('13) successfully defended his senior thesis - Measurement-based quantum computing with NMR - and graduates with High Honors and receives the Haseltine Physics Prize. Alex will be joining the PhD program in Physics at the University of California at San Diego in the Fall.
- Chris Zeitler ('12) finishes his research assistantship in the lab. Chris will be joining the PhD program in Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in the Fall.
- Sarah Pasternak ('14), Hassan Kiani ('16) and Lihuang Zhu (G) join the lab.