Our lab is located in Rooms 202 and 206 in Engineering Research Building, in close proximity to shared facilities at the Wisconsin Centers for Nanoscale Technology and the Ion Beam Laboratory. We moved into our lab space in October 2019 and are developing capabilities for sensing measurements using rubidium and spin defects in diamond, as well as setting up tools for materials processing.
Rubidium spectroscopy setup
Scanning confocal microscopy setup for imaging diamond color centers
Green excitation (left) and red fluorescence (right) of a nitrogen-rich diamond substrate mounted below a microscope objective
Vacuum furnace system for annealing diamond samples
Setup for cleaning diamond substrates