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Dr. Friedemann Reinhard

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Halbleiter-Nanostrukturen und -Quantensysteme
Fakultät für Physik
TUM Junior Fellow

Lehrveranstaltungen und Termine

Titel und Modulzuordnung
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
HS 2 Reinhard, F.
Mitwirkende: Braunbeck, G.Waeber, A.
Do, 13:00–14:30, WSI 101S
Repetitorium zu Quantensensorik
Zuordnung zu Modulen:
RE 2
Leitung/Koordination: Reinhard, F.

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Microscopy

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Microscopy

Magnetic resonance imaging (NMR/MRI), is one of the most powerful techniques to record three-dimensional images of nearly arbitrary samples. Current devices, such as those found in hospitals, cannot record details smaller than 1mm.  

Our group aims to push MRI to a microscopy technique by improving its spatial resolution down to the sub-nm range, the scale of single atoms. This ambitious goal has recently become a realistic prospect by a new generation of quantum sensors for magnetic fields. They are based on the nitrogen-vacancy (NV) color defect in diamond and could detect fields as small as the NMR signal of a single molecule [1,2].

We are looking for a MSc student to develop the next generation of our chip-scale NMR spectrometers, and to perform experiments on magnetic resonance imaging with a spatial resolution in the nanoscale range. 


* You will learn to fabricate microscale electromagnets in one of our clean rooms, and optimize our fabrication techniques for your project and others. 

* You will design a sensor chip for microscale NMR detection and upgrade software and optics of one of our setups to perform the experiment. 

* You will design, implement and analyze quantum control protocols to record nanoscale MRI images.

[1] T. Staudacher et al., Science 339, 561 (2013)

[2] H.J. Mamin et al., Science 339, 557 (2013)

geeignet als
  • Masterarbeit Physik der kondensierten Materie
  • Masterarbeit Biophysik
  • Masterarbeit Applied and Engineering Physics
Themensteller(in): Friedemann Reinhard
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