3rd nano-MRI research conference
Exploring the Frontiers of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

12-16 July 2010, Domaine du Tremblay
78490 Le Tremblay sur Mauldre, France



From Atomic to NV-diamond Magnetometers
Victor M. Acosta and Dmitry Budker,
Budker group, University of California at Berkeley

Diamond magnetometry with quantum-limited sensitivity
Paola Cappellaro,
Quantum energy group, Research Laboratory of Electronics, RLE @ MIT

Nuclear spin control in diamond
Lilian I. Childress,
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.

Universal dynamical decoupling of single electron spins in diamond
Gijs de Lange, D. Rist, R. Hanson (TU Delft, Netherlands), Z. Wang, V. Dobrovitski (Ames Laboratory, ISU).

Force-gradient detection of electron spin resonance from a nitroxide spin label: A path to applications (Pdf 27Mo),
John A. Marohn,
Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University

Towards nano-MRI in mesoscopictransport systems
P. Peddibhotla, M. Montinaro, D. Weber, F. Xue, and M. Poggio, Swiss Nanoscience Institute
Department of Physics
, University of Basel, Switzerland

Interactions, fields and dynamics in ferromagnets
Robert McMichael,
Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, National Institute of Standards & Technology, Gaithersburg, MD

Mechanical detection of magnetic resonance using nanowire cantilevers: opportunities and challenges
John Nichol and Raffi Budakian
(Dep. of Physics, Univ. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign),
Eric Hemesath and Lincoln Lauhon
(Dep. of Materials Science, Northwestern University).

Elements of naturality in dynamical simulation frameworks for hamiltonian, thermostatic, and lindbladian flows on classical and quantum state-spaces - pdf 21 Mo
John A. Sidles, UW Quantum Systems Engineering (QSE) Group,University of Washington, USA

Photoluminescent diamond nanoparticles for biolabeling
François Treussart (ENS Cachan), Marie-Pierre Adam, Orestis Faklaris, Abdallah Slablab,
Dingwei Zheng, Loic Rondin, Géraldine Dantelle, Jacques Botsoa, Diep Lai, Vincent Jacques
and Jean-François Roch.

Molecular diffusion in micro-MRI: friend or foe?
Markus Weiger,
Bruker BioSpin AG, Faellanden,
Switzerland & Bruker BioSpin MRI GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany.

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