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


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