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Assessing the quality of magnetic memory devices

Magnetoelectric coupling in BFO is seen as never before with ProteusQ by combining Piezo Force and Scanning NV Microscopy.
Piezoforce and Scanning NV Microscopy images of a Bismuth Ferrite sample recorded with Qnami ProteusQ

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.
Magnetic map of a FEBID Cobalt nanomagnet taken with ProteusQ the Qnami Scanning NV Microscope

FEBID Nanomagnets for Spin Qubit Control

Combining FEBID and Scanning NV Microscopy, researchers fabricated and characterized Cobalt nanomagnets for spin Qubit control.
Representation of the experimental setup to study the effect of superconductivity on spin waves in YIG thin layers.

Spin waves and superconductivity

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By using wide field NV magnetometry, researchers showed for the first time that superconductors can be used to manipulate spin waves.

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.
Single nanoindentation on an antiferromagnetic substrate of a van der Waals heterostructure measured with Scanning NV Mangetometry

Novel chiral quantum light source

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Scanning NV Magnetometry proves how a novel combination of van der Waals materials is the easy and effective chiral quantum light source of the future.
Combining the accuracy of the data obtained with ProteusQ and the AI-based method to infer the magnetization, was cruicial to fully understand the behaviour of magnons in MAFO

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.
Temperature evolution of the antiferromagnetic domain pattern in strained chromium oxide thin films.

Unconventional flexomagnetism in chromium oxide thin films

Applying inhomogeneous strain to chromium oxide thin films induces a strong vertical gradient of the Neel temperature inferred through scanning NV magnetometry measurements.
Antiferromagnetic domain walls in Chromium Oxide imaged with Scanning NV Magnetometry

Nanoscale mechanics of domain walls

Scanning NV Magnetometry unveiled for the first time the nanoscale mechanics of antiferromagnetic domain walls opening new avenues for antiferromagnetic spintronics.

Topological defects in multiferroic antiferromagnetic materials

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