Scanning NV Magnetometry - Quantilever on domains

Scanning NV Magnetometry

The first complete quantum nanoscope system

Scanning NV Magnetometry enables quantitative and non-perturbative analysis of surface magnetic fields. Such AFM based technique is making use of NV quantum technology.

The nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center is an atomic-scale defect in diamond. It hosts an electronic spin that can be initialized and detected optically, making it an exceptional system for quantum sensing of magnetic phenomena at room temperature. In Scanning NV Magnetometry, the NV center is incorporated in a scanning probe microscope (SPM), allowing to combine unique field sensitivity with nanometer spatial resolution. Qnami ProteusQ is the first scanning probe microscope making use of NV technology. It allows quantitative and non-perturbative analysis of surface magnetic fields at the nanoscale.

 

Webinar: Scanning NV Magnetometry with Qnami ProteusQ

Webinar: Scanning NV Magnetometry with Qnami ProteusQ

by Prof. Patrick Maletinsky, Basel University

In this webinar, we present the Qnami ProteusQ, the first commercial SPM making use of NV quantum technology. Specifics of this quantum microscope, which enable quantitative and non-perturbative analysis of surface magnetic fields, will be discussed. We demonstrate the performance of this new characterization tool through magnetometry on antiferromagnetic systems and ultra-thin ferromagnets

ProteusQ

ProteusQ - first scanning NV (nitrogen-vacancy) microscope

Capture surface magnetic fields at the atomic scale

Qnami ProteusQ is a complete quantum microscope system developed on HORIBA AFM technology. It is the first scanning NV (nitrogen-vacancy) microscope for the analysis of magnetic materials at the atomic scale.
 

 

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Scanning NV Magnetometry Whitepaper

Scanning NV Magnetometry technique explained

Earth’s magnetic field, quantum sensors can be precisely maneuvered over tiny magnetic structures to map and visualize magnetic properties with nanoscale resolution. This is achieved through a technique called Scanning NV Magnetometry. This white paper explains everything about this new technique. 
 

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HORIBA announces partnership with Qnami and unveils the first quantum microscope

On July 7th 2020, HORIBA Scientific and Qnami unveil the design of the first quantum microscope, the ProteusQ. Mathieu Munsch, CEO of Qnami, stated, “the collaboration with HORIBA was key to offer our customers both a breakthrough in performance and a robust and proven platform." Marc Chaigneau, Director Nanoscopy at HORIBA Scientific, added, “we envision that quantum-based microscopy will contribute to increasing the productivity of our customers and drive further innovation in materials science.”

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Webinar: Scanning NV Magnetometry with Qnami ProteusQ

Webinar: Scanning NV Magnetometry with Qnami ProteusQ

by Prof. Patrick Maletinsky, Basel University

In this webinar, we present the Qnami ProteusQ, the first commercial SPM making use of NV quantum technology. Specifics of this quantum microscope, which enable quantitative and non-perturbative analysis of surface magnetic fields, will be discussed. We demonstrate the performance of this new characterization tool through magnetometry on antiferromagnetic systems and ultra-thin ferromagnets.

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Article Nature Materials 19: Electric and antiferromagnetic chiral textures at multiferroic domain walls

Article: Electric and antiferromagnetic chiral textures at multiferroic domain walls

Nature Materials 19, 386-390 (2020)

Antiferromagnets are key contenders for next generation electronic devices, where they promise new functionality and improved performance. In this recent publication in “Nature Materials”, the authors were able to image and understand a novel type of chiral spin-textures occurring on BiFeO3’s domain-walls, which had never been observed before.

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Article Nature Communication 11: Antiferromagnetic textures in BiFeO3 controlled by strain and electric field

Article: Antiferromagnetic textures in BiFeO3 controlled by strain and electric field

Nature Communications 11, 1704 (2020)

Antiferromagnetic thin films are currently generating considerable excitement for low dissipation magnonics and spintronics. In this recent publication in “Nature Communications”, the authors imaged a wide variety of antiferromagnetic spin textures in multiferroic BiFeO3 thin films that can be tuned by strain and manipulated by electric fields through room-temperature magnetoelectric coupling.

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