Welcome! Our lab uses spins in diamond to explore condensed-matter systems, ranging from magnets to 2D materials and quantum devices.
The magnetic fields generated by spins and currents provide a unique window into condensed-matter physics. We study these fields at the nanoscale using the excellent sensitivity and broad temperature operability of the nitrogen-vacancy (NV) sensor spin in diamond. Please see this review article in Nature Reviews Materials for background. In addition, we have started to explore valley physics in 2D semiconductors via photoluminescence measurements.
The van der Sar Lab is part of the Department of Quantum Nanoscience at TU Delft.
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