nanoscale magnetometry and spin physics with Nitrogen Vacancy (NV) centers in diamond
单位：Department of Physics, Harvard University
研究方向：nanoscale magnetometry and spin physics with Nitrogen Vacancy (NV) centers in diamond
Ron Walsworth leads an interdisciplinary research group with a focus on developing precision measurement tools and applying them to important problems in both the physical and life sciences: from AMO physics, astrophysics and nanoscience to bioimaging, brain science and medical diagnostics.
Current areas of research include: nanoscale magnetometry and spin physics with Nitrogen Vacancy (NV) centers in diamond; the use of laser frequency combs as improved optical wavelength calibrators for astrophysics, with applications to the search for Earth-like exoplanets; precision tests of fundamental physical laws and symmetries using maser atomic clocks; super-resolution optical imaging and functionalized electron microscopy for brain science and other bioimaging applications; and the development of novel NMR and MRI tools, with applications to basic spin physics and medical imaging.