The diamond NV centre offers a uniquely versatile path towards nanoscale imaging of condensed matter and biological systems. Here I present NV-based magnetic imaging experiments and discuss challenges to improved resolution and sensitivity, largely focused on materials engineering and tackling interface-induced decoherence.
Ania Bleszynski Jayich is a Professor of Physics and the Director of the Quantum Foundry at the University of California Santa Barbara, where she holds the Bruker Endowed Chair for Science and Engineering.
She received her PhD in physics from Harvard in 2006.
Her research interests include quantum-assisted sensing and imaging on the nanoscale, diamond optomechanics, and hybrid quantum systems for sensing and quantum information.
She is the recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Award, an NSF Career award, and the Geoffrey Frew Fellowship.
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