Spotlight On Researchers

A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation is studying the potential of a hybrid superconductor/ferromagnetic heterostructure as an alternative to the standard electronic transistor for quantum memory and micro-processing.

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A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation is studying the quantum dynamics of a single DBT molecule to prove its behavior as an ideal two-level system.

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A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation is using time-resolved Kerr rotation microscopy to study the spin dynamics of monolayer tungsten disulfide (WS2).

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Researchers at ICFO are using cryogenically cooled rare earth doped crystals to study the interaction between light and matter at the level of single quanta.

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Disheng Chen is a Graduate Student at West Virginia University studying the resonant blinking behavior of InAs quantum dots.

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Guohua Wei is a Graduate Research Assistant at Northwestern University. His research focuses on the optical properties of 2D semiconductor materials.

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Xue Liu & Chunlei Yue are Graduate Students at Tulane University focusing on nanoscale materials research at low temperatures.

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A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation is studying the fundamental structure of 𝛿-Pu and the effects of radiation damage on the material. Their experiment required keeping the sample cold for 72 days of analysis.

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Brian L. Wilmer is a Graduate Research Assistant at West Virginia University. His research focus is on the coherent control of light matter interactions in semiconducting nanostructures.

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Ilya Sochnikov is an Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut focusing on the study of emergent phenomena in several condensed matter systems.

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