We are an interdisciplinary experimental group overlapping nanoscience and
structural biology dedicated to developing novel magnetic resonance and
microscopy techniques and understanding complex dynamics in biological systems and quantum systems.
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Figure. Detection and investigation of a single spin in diamond.
|5.||E. E. Romanova, R. Akiel, F. H. Cho and S. Takahashi, Grafting nitroxide radicals on nanodiamond surface using click chemistry, J. Phys. Chem. C , in-press (2013)
|4.||Z.-H. Wang and S. Takahashi, Spin decoherence and electron spin bath noise of a nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond, Phys. Rev. B 87, 115122 (2013)
|3.||S. Takahashi, L.-C. Brunel, D. T. Edwards, J. van Tol, G. Ramian, S. Han & M. S. Sherwin, Pulsed electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy powered by a free-electron laser, Nature 489, 409 (2012)
|2.||S. Takahashi, I. S. Tupitsyn, J. van Tol, C. C. Beedle, D. N. Hendrickson, and P. C. E. Stamp, Decoherence in Crystals of Quantum Molecular Magnets, Nature 476, 76 (2011)
|1.||S. Takahashi, R. Hanson, J. van Tol, M. S. Sherwin and D. D. Awschalom, Quenching spin decoherence in diamond through spin bath polarization, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 047601 (2008)