Quantum Sensing Applications

Multiferroics

Bismuth Ferrite (BFO) is an intriguing material where the magnetic order can be controlled by purely electrical means, thus promising ultra-efficient next-generation spintronic devices. The Qnami ProteusQ has been successfully used to image its electrical and magnetic domains in a wide variety of publications.

BFO as a platform for ultraefficient spintronics

Magnetoelectric coupling in BFO is seen as never before with ProteusQ by combining Piezo Force and Scanning NV Microscopy.

Multiferroicity of Single-Spin Cycloid state in BFO thin films

ProteusQ combined with AI-based tools allows researchers to unveil for the first time puzzling magnon dynamics through magnetic domain walls.

Magnon spin diffusion across 180-degree domain walls

ProteusQ combined with AI-based tools allows researchers to unveil for the first time puzzling magnon dynamics through magnetic domain walls.

Topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnetic materials

Qnami Quantilevers enabled the observation of topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnets at rooom temperature for the first time.

Exotic antiferromagnetic spin cycloids in bismuth ferrite thin films

Scanning NV Magnetometry unlocks the characterization of the effects of strain and electrical fields on exotic antiferromagnetic spin textures in multiferroics.

Long decay length of magnon-polarons in multiferroic/ ferromagnetic heterostructures

Scanning NV Magnetometry reveals nanoscopic weak magnetic inhomogeneities in nanowires never observed before by standard characterization tools.

Antiferromagnetic textures in BiFeO3controlled by strain and electric field – Nature Communications

Team of Prof. V.Garcia from CNRS/Thales shows electrical control of the magnetic states of BFO opening a new playground for low-power spintronics

Electric and antiferromagnetic chiral textures at multiferroic domain walls – Nature Materials

French research group led by Prof. M. Viret uses scanning NV magnetometry to reveal a novel type of chiral spin-textures occurring on BiFeO3’s domain-walls.
We are using cookies and analytics tools to give you the best digital experience.
AcceptPrivacy Settings

GDPR

  • Cookie Consent

Cookie Consent

We are using cookies and analytics tools to give you the best digital experience.  Find more information and details about how to switch them off in our Terms of Website Use and Privacy Policy.