Welcome to Ania Jayich's research group in the Physics Department at UCSB.

The Jayich Lab at UCSB studies quantum effects on the nanoscale. We focus on nanoscale imaging of spin and charge in condensed matter systems, with an eye on applications in quantum and classical computing as well as biology. We are also interested in hybrid quantum systems consisting of spin and phonons and photons.

Recent News

  • Published in APL: Three-dimensional localization of spins in diamond using 12C implantation
    Posted Aug 5, 2014, 10:34 AM by Kenny Lee
  • Published in Nature Communications: Dynamic strain-mediated coupling of a single diamond spin to a mechanical resonator
    Posted Jul 19, 2014, 6:30 PM by Kenny Lee
  • Published in PRL: Probing surface noise with depth-calibrated spins in diamond
    Posted Jul 19, 2014, 6:32 PM by Kenny Lee
  • Anand Das awarded Arnold Nordsieck Memorial Award
    Anand is the 2014 recipient of the Arnold Nordsieck Memorial Award, which is presented to a graduating senior who shows exceptional promise in physics research. Congratulations Anand!
    Posted May 19, 2014, 3:56 PM by Kenny Lee
  • Matthew Pelliccione receives Harvey L. Karp Discovery Award
    Postdoc Matt Pelliccione is the 2014 recipient of the Harvey L. Karp Discovery Award. The Karp Discovery Award is intended to provide seed funding to the most exceptional young postdocs at UC Santa Barbara early in their careers and support their innovative research.  This award is highly competitive, and is awarded to only one postdoc annually.  Congratulations Matt!

    Posted Jul 19, 2014, 6:33 PM by Kenny Lee
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