Tamader Alhazani

PhD student
University of New South Wales
t.alhazani@student.unsw.edu.au

Title of PhD: Adiabatic pulses for spin-resonance based magnetic-field sensing with organic diodes
Supervisor: Prof. Dane R. McCamey

The aim of Tamader's research is to improve both sensitivity and fidelity of electrically detected magnetic resonance in organic devices, so the approach is Simulate and Model Application of Adiabatic Pulses to Organic Spins – extend groups current approach to include relaxation and Compare to experimental measurements.

Qualifications: Master in physics, Florida Institute of Technology,U.S.A.(2011)

Research theme:
Discuss the application of adiabatic pulse schemes to improve the fidelity of magnetic field sensing using pulsed electron spin resonance detected via the change in resistivity of an organic electronic device