Dr Yujeong Bae | Advancing Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy for Quantum Information Processing

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The ability to manipulate single atoms and molecules would transform how we store and process digital information. This can be achieved using a cutting-edge technique named scanning tunnelling microscopy. Scanning tunnelling microscopes (STMs) are powerful imaging devices, which operate by holding a sharp metal tip less than one nanometre above a conducting sample. Through the effects of quantum tunnelling, electrons can pass through the tiny vacuum gap between the tip and the sample surface. Read More

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Original Article Reference

Summary of the paper ‘Development of a scanning tunneling microscope for variable temperature electron spin resonance’, in Review of Scientific Instruments, doi.org/10.1063/5.0096081

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For further information, you can connect with Dr Yujeong Bae at bae.yujeong@qns.science

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