Quantum Sensing Lab

Maletinsky Group


Dominik Rohner



AddressDepartment of Physics
University of Basel
Klingelbergstrasse 82
4056 Basel, Switzerland


since 2015:PhD in the Quantum Sensing Group of Prof. Maletinsky at University of Basel, Switzerland. Research topic: Ultra-Low-Temperature Scanning Probe Magnetometry with Single Nitrogen Vacancy Centers
2014:Civilian Service
2008-2013:Bachelor and Master of Science in Nanoscience, University of Basel, Switzerland. Master Thesis: Enhancing Collection Efficiency of Nitrogen Vacancy Center Fluorescence Using a Solid Immersion Lens


Widefield imaging of superconductor vortices with electron spins in diamond
Y. Schlussel, T. Lenz, D. Rohner, Y. Bar-Haim, L. Bougas, D. Groswasser, M. Kieschnick, E. Rozenberg, L. Thiel, A. Waxman, J. Meijer, P. Maletinsky, D. Budker, R. Folman
arXiv:1803.01957 (2018)
Advanced Fabrication of Single-crystal Diamond Membranes for Quantum Technologies
M. Challier, S. Sonusen, A. Barfuss, D. Rohner, D. Riedel, J. Koelbl, M. Ganzhorn, P. Appel, P. Maletinsky, E. Neu
Micromachines 9(4), 148 (2018)
Quantitative nanoscale vortex imaging using a cryogenic quantum magnetometer
L.Thiel, D. Rohner, M. Ganzhorn, P. Appel, E. Neu, B. Mueller, R. Kleiner, D. Koelle, P. Maletinsky
Nature Nanotechnology 11, 677-681 (2016)
Low-Loss Broadband Antenna for Efficient Photon Collection from a Coherent Spin in Diamond
D. Riedel*, D. Rohner*, M. Ganzhorn, T. Kaldewey, P. Appel, E. Neu, R. J. Warburton, P. Maletinsky
Phys. Rev. Applied 2, 064011 (2014)
A small mode volume tunable microcavity: Development and characterization 
L. Greuter, S. Starosielec, D. Najer, A. Ludwig, L. Duempelmann, D. Rohner and R.J. Warburton 
Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 121105 (2014)


Dominik Rohner

PhD Student