Sean Walker won the first place poster prize at the Guelph-Waterloo Chemistry annual meeting last week (April 2016).
His poster was titled: “Deposition of functionalized molecular nanomagnets on graphene” 2016AwardsPoster
Eduardo Barrera obtained an Ontario Graduate Scholarship for 2016-2017.
Congrats to both!
Greg Holloway made this really cool video demonstrating the placement of a semiconductor nanowire using our recently home-built micromanipulator tool. This improves dramatically upon the previous method of mechanically depositing many wires randomly on a pre-patterned device substrate, and opens up new possibilities for quantum device fabrication. Nice work Greg!
Our new paper on Kyle Willick’s research, “Sensitive magnetic force detection with a carbon nanotube resonator”, has just appeared in the Journal of Applied Physics (link).
Dr. Chris Haapamaki and Greg Holloway attended the Materials Research Society Fall meeting in Boston this December. Chris presented a talk entitled ‘Evaluation of InAs/InAlAs Core-Shell Nanowire Interface Quality’.
Welcome to Sean Walker who starts as a new MSc student this Fall. Sean graduated from the University of Manitoba and holds an NSERC graduate scholarship.
Congratulations to Greg Holloway who won an IQC Achievement Award this term for his body of work on nanowire transport experiments!
Also, farewell to Mustafa Muhammad who completed his postdoctoral appointment this September.
Finally, an article appeared today on our University homepage:
Congrats to Greg Holloway and Kyle Willick on being awarded Ontario Graduate Scholarships this year!
We have three new publications in 2013 on electronic transport studies in InAs and InAs-InAlAs core-shell nanowires!
Kyle Willick and Stéphane Labruyere have both joined the group as MSc students. Kyle has also been awarded a WIN NanoFellowship. Welcome to both, and congrats Kyle!
APS Viewpoint article by Xuedong Hu highlights recent work by our group that was published in Physical Review Letters. The Viewpoint article describes the electron spin resonance work lead by Mike Zhang that exploits the anisotropic hyperfine interaction to gain efficient and universal quantum control of a pair of nuclear spins indirectly, by irradiating the electron spin they are both coupled to.