Quantum Sensing Lab

Maletinsky Group

 

James Wood

 

Contact

Office3.13
Phone061-20-73770
Mailjames.wood-at-unibas.ch
AddressDepartment of Physics
University of Basel
Klingelbergstrasse 82
4056 Basel, Switzerland
 

CV

since 2016:Posdoctoral researcher in the Quantum Sensing Group of Prof. Maletinsky at University of Basel, Switzerland. Research area: Scanning probe magnetometry and relaxometry-based magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
2012-2016:PhD in the group of Prof. Lloyd Hollenberg at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Research involved developing relaxometry-based techniques for nanoscale magnetic resonance spectroscopy using the nitrogen-vacancy centre in diamond.
2010-2011:Masters of Science (physics) in the group of Prof. Lloyd Hollenberg at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Research topic: Improving quantum magnetometry sensitivity through optimal pulsing of interacting systems.
2007-2009:Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne, Australia majoring in mathematical physics.
 

Publications

Environmentally Mediated Coherent Control of a Spin Qubit in Diamond
S.E. Lillie, D.A. Broadway, J.D. A. Wood, D.A. Simpson, A. Stacey, J.-. Tetienne, L.C. L. Hollenberg
Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 167204 (2017) 
Microwave-Free Nuclear Magnetic Resonance at Molecular Scales 
J.D.A. Wood, J.-P. Tetienne, D.A. Broadway, L.T. Hall, D.A. Simpson, A. Stacey, L.C. L. Hollenberg 
arXiv:1610.01737 (2016) 
Anticrossing Spin Dynamics of Diamond Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers and All-Optical Low-Frequency Magnetometry 
D.A. Broadway, J.D.A. Wood, L.T. Hall, A. Stacey, M. Markham, D.A. Simpson, J.-P. Tetienne, L.C. L. Hollenberg 
Phys. Rev. Applied 6, 064001 (2016)
Wide-band nanoscale magnetic resonance spectroscopy using quantum relaxation of a single spin in diamond 
J.D. A. Wood, D.A. Broadway, L.T. Hall, A. Stacey, D.A. Simpson, J.-P. Tetienne, L.C.L. Hollenberg 
Phys. Rev. B 94, 155402 (2016) 
 

James Wood

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