The Berezovsky research group in the Department of Physics at Case Western Reserve University focuses on exploring the quantum interactions that take place between spins and photons in solid state devices. We are currently studying these interactions using novel materials systems, new techniques, and tailored nanoscale electronic, magnetic, and photonic devices.
- New Publication: "Exploiting bistable pinning of a ferromagnetic vortex for nitrogen-vacancy spin control".
- New Publication: "Fast, nanoscale addressability of nitrogen-vacancy spins via coupling to a dynamic ferromagnetic vortex".
- New Publication: "Mapping the Landscape of Domain-Wall Pinning in Ferromagnetic Films Using Differential Magneto-Optical Microscopy".
- Congratulations to Ahmad Fumani on a successful PhD defense, and his new postdoc with the Odom Lab at Northwestern!