scanning magnetic microscope with NV center

November 2020: a Qnami ProteusQ Scanning NV Microscope was installed in the Unité Mixte de Physique, CNRS, Thales, Université Paris-Saclay.
Now the group will be able to use the M-NV to investigate materials, ranging from multiferroics, synthetic antiferromagnet to topological Skyrmion magnets, to name a few examples, and technologies underpinning future generations of spintronics devices.

“As experts in nanomagnetism and Magnetic Force Microscopy, we are in position to appreciate the contribution of this revolutionary tool to the imaging of both static and dynamic nanomagnetic configurations showing ultra-low stray fields. ProteusQ is definitely a game changer in the field,” mentioned Karim Bouzehouane.