Raffi Budakian Physicist
Raffi Budakian’s research focuses on developing ultra sensitive spin detection techniques for single spin imaging and quantum readout. Current areas of research include (i) design and fabrication of micro-machined silicon cantilevers for sub-attonewton force detection, (ii) development of spin detection/manipulation protocols that enable force detection at the thermal limit, (iii) imaging single dopants and defects in semiconductors, (iv) spin control via active feedback, and (v) combining MRFM with electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) for high sensitivity nuclear spin detection.
John Bardeen Faculty Scholar, 2013.
Fellow, University of Illinois Center for Advanced Study, 2010.
World Technology Award, 2005.
IBM Research Division Award, 2004.
W. B. Wright et al, "Diffusing Light Photography of Fully Developed Isotropic Ripple Turbulence," Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 76, pp. 4528, June 1996.
Senior Fellow Quantum Materials
Senior Fellow Quantum Information Science
University of WaterlooInstitute for Quantum Computing
PhD (Physics) University of California, Los Angeles
MSc (Physics) University of California, Los Angeles
BSc (Physics) University of California, Los Angeles
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