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Assistant Professor, Department of Physics
Christoph Boehme joined the physics department faculty in January 2006. His work is centered about the detection of coherent spin motion of extremely small spin ensembles. Traditionally, spin coherence is measured by pulsed magnetic resonance methods which are based on the detection of radiation. As these methods are not able to detect small numbers of spins (electron spin resonance detection limits are typically in the ranges of 108 to 1010 spins), their use for the investigation of systems with low spin densities (e.g. highly diluted chemical radicals) or microscopic quasi 2 dimensional systems such as semiconductor surfaces and interfaces is difficult.