QNS 5-YEAR RATING

5 year review report cover (1)

QNS received the highest grade

A key component of IBS is its rigorous review process. The stakes are high since these reviews determine if a center – like QNS - can continue. If centers do not received the highest grade, the centers are placed on remedial plans and even closed.

From the review, QNS received the highest rank in the evaluation. The panels mentioned that "it was easy to give the highest score" to QNS.
We are very proudly announcing the fact.

We also thank stakeholders and related entities who helped QNS grow significantly.

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Publications

November 10, 2022

Anisotropic Hyperfine Interaction of Surface-Adsorbed Single Atoms

Jinkyung Kim, Kyungju Noh, Yi Chen, Fabio Donati, Andreas J. Heinrich, Christoph Wolf, and Yujeong Bae (2022)    
October 18, 2022
2022 Jiyoon's paper

Development of a scanning tunneling microscope for variable temperature electron spin resonance

Jiyoon Hwang, Denis Krylov, Robbie Elbertse, Sangwon Yoon, Taehong Ahn, Jeongmin Oh, Lei Fang, Won-jun Jang, Franklin H. Cho, Andreas J. Heinrich, and Yujeong Bae (2022)  
June 7, 2022

Imaging oersted field around current flowing wire based on a diamond scanning magnetometer

Yuhan Lee, Myeongwon Lee, Junhyeon Jo, Seokmin Lee, Jung-Woo Yoo, Taeyoung Choi, Andreas Heinrich, Donghun Lee (2022)