Research Fellow (x2) in condensed-matter atomic clocks
We are seeking two Research Fellows to develop a condensed-matter atomic clock. They will join a new and ambitious effort, in collaboration between Lancaster University and LocatorX, Inc., to apply new developments in electron spin resonance to clock technology. The project exploits spin resonance in nitrogen endofullerene molecules, whose spin states possess long quantum coherence times and therefore a well-defined transition frequency even at room temperature. We have discovered a clock transition in this material, meaning that the frequency (unlike that of most spin resonance transitions) is insensitive to magnetic-field fluctuations. This is the key discovery that underpins this technology. The aim of this project is to advance the technology readiness of the de
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