[Tuesday, June 14] The 5th Quantum Solid Flagship Seminar / The 26th Special Seminar of School of Engineering

Date and Time

Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Online (Zoom)


Quantum Sensing of Quantum Materials


The magnetic fields generated by spins and currents provide a unique window into the physics of quantum materials and devices. Proposed only a decade ago, magnetometry based on the electron spin of nitrogen-vacancy (NV) defects in diamond is emerging as a platform that is exceptionally suited for probing quantum systems. In this talk, I will review some of our recent work that uses NV center magnetometry to explore quantum matter. I will also overview the Harvard Quantum Initiative (HQI – https://quantum.harvard.edu/).


Prof. Amir Yacoby
Specially Appointed Professor, School of Engineering, Tokyo Tech
Professor, Physics and Applied Physics, Harvard University


Registaration feefree
TargetGeneral public, Students
Maximum participants300
Organezed bySchool of Engineering, Tokyo Tech
Co-sponsored byMEXT Q-LEAP Quantum Metrology and Sensing


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