Photo of the Month

December 2019

The Walsworth group celebrates newly-minted PhD Aakash Ravi after his successful thesis defense. Congratulations Aakash!

November 2019

NV magnetometry illuminates the inner workings of integrated circuits (Photo contributed by M. Turner).

October 2019

A. Einstein kicking back, enjoying a beer in Bern. 'nough said. (Photo contributed by T. Milbourne)

September 2019

Our new postdoc Johannes Cremer and summer undergraduate researcher Jinyu Dai are working to calibrate a new NV characterization setup. This setup will be used to test microwave waveguide designs and microfluidic devices for NV-NMR projects.

August 2019

Summer undergraduate researchers Gabriel Patenotte (left) and Willa Dworschack (right) are hard at work! Gabriel is developing microfluidic chips for picoliter NMR experiments while Willa is constructing a remote-control interface for an astro-comb system soon to be deployed at an exoplanet-hunting telescope in the Canary Islands.

July 2019

Postdoc Diana P.L. Aude Craik gives a talk on quantum computing at the Boston Museum of Science for their event 'Nanodays with a Quantum Leap.'

June 2019

Congratulations to Jenny for successfully defending her thesis! (Photo: Heather Schloss Mulhearn)

May 2019

CoffeeBot, the newest member of the Walsworth group, gives the astro team the inspiration they need to contemplate the universe's great mysteries.

April 2019

Magnetic field image of a gold wire phantom sample (see inset) exhibitng nontrivial current flow. Don't be fooled - the speed of this project is anything but a snail's pace!

March 2019

Postdoc Raisa Trubko carefully adjusts a quantum diamond microscope (QDM) used for studies of paleomagnetism in early Earth rocks and meteorites. This is work done in collaboration with Roger Fu's lab in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard.

February 2019

Postdoc Nithya Arunkumar aligns the excitation light on pl-NMR experiment to maximize NV fluorescence. This high-resolution NMR spectroscopy experiment has the capability to provide chemical information at the micron-scale.

January 2019

(Top) Postdoc Oren Ben Dor and Elana Urbach (collaborator from Lukin group) are studying the properties of carbon defects in hexagonal boron nitride using their NV-EPR setup (bottom).