Event date:
Oct 22 2021 6:00 pm

Quantum Sensing with Spins in Diamond

Dr. Nabeel Aslam
Quantum sensors have the potential to revolutionize biomedical methods, such as Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). This comes from the unprecedented sensitivity and spatial resolution of the quantum sensors. Most promising are single electron spins associated with defect centers in diamond. They can be readout and controlled on the nanoscale and at ambient conditions, which was hardly imaginable a few decades ago but is now reality in laboratories around the world. In my talk I will be introducing the principles and various applications of the technique.

Dr. Nabeel Aslam will be talking about “Quantum Sensing with Spins in Diamond” in the next Physics seminar on 22 October 2021 at 6pm.

Dr. Nabeel Aslam is currently associated with the Department of Physics at Harvard University, USA.

Please join the seminar via Zoom link: https://lums-edu-pk.zoom.us/j/97438320644


About the speaker:

Dr. Nabeel Aslam was born and raised in Germany. He studied physics at the University of Mainz (Germany) and completed his studies in 2012. He then moved to Stuttgart (Germany) for his PhD in the institute of Prof. Joerg Wrachtrup. After earning his PhD degree in 2018, he joined the Department of Physics at the Harvard University as a Postdoctoral fellow in the labs of Mikhail Lukin and Hongkun Park.