Research Fellow & Assistant Professor

Taeyoung Choi

Scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy on magnetic atoms and molecules. Ultracold trapped ion and optics based Quantum information processing. Quantum information processing using ESR/Optics-STM
"There's plenty of room at the bottom." 

- Richard Feynman

Ph. D Physics, Ohio State University, USA
Bachelor of Science in Physics (Cum Laude), Seoul National University, Korea
2017 - Current
Research Fellow, Quantum Nanoscience, Institute for Basic Science and Assistant professor, Department of Physics at Ewha Womans University
2014 - 2017
Post-doctoral researcher at IBM Almaden research center
2011 - 2014
Post-doctoral researcher at University of Maryland, College Park
“Atomic-scale sensing of the magnetic dipolar field from single atoms”, T. Choi, W. Paul, S. Rolf-Pissarczyk, A. Macdonald, F. Natterer, K. Yang, P. Willke, C.P. Lutz, and A.J. Heinrich, Nature Nanotechnology 12, 420
“Optimal Quantum control on multi-mode coupling between trapped ion qubits for scalable entanglement”, T. Choi, S. Debnath, T.A. Manning, C. Figgatt, Z.-X. Gong, L.-M. Duan, and C. Monroe, Physical Review Letters 112, 190502
“Magnetism in single molecule/metal complexes formed by atom manipulation” T. Choi, M. Badal, S. Loth, J.-W. Yoo, C.P. Lutz, A.J. Heinrich, A.J. Epstein, D.G. Stroud, and J.A. Gupta, Nano Letters 14, 1196
“Multistability in Charge-Transfer Complexes: Tetracyanoethylene on Cu(111)”, T. Choi, S. Bedwani, A. Rochefort, C.Y. Chen, A.J. Epstein, and J.A. Gupta, Nano letters 10, 4175