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Jan Mol

Dr Jan Mol

Research Fellow


University of Oxford

Research summary

I study quantum transport in nano-scale silicon transistors and single molecule junctions. In state-of-the-art silicon transistors the active channel region is so small that it may only contain a single dopant atom. Using a series of microwave pulses this atom can be brought into a coherent superposition of quantum states, which can be read-out electrically. Similarly, evidence of quantum interference in a single molecule can be found by measuring the charge transport through it. The aim of my research is to harness quantum interference and superposition in atomic and molecular electronic devices.

Grants awarded

Quantum readout of an electron-spin-resonance transistor

Scheme: Newton International Fellowships

Dates: Jan 2014 - Dec 2015

Value: £99,000

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