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PETER-Plasmon Enhanced Terahertz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

PETER-Plasmon Enhanced Terahertz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

Funding Program: 
EU - Horizon 2020
FET Open
Coordinator: 
Vysoke Uceni Technicke V Brne - Czech Republic
Call: 
H2020-FETOPEN-1-2016-2017
Project ID: 
767227
PI at nanoGUNE: 
Rainer Hillenbrand (r.hillenbrand@nanogune.eu)
From: 
01/01/2018
To: 
31/12/2020
Total funding: 
2.898.683,75€
Contribution to nanoGUNE: 
613.352,50€
Web: 
peter-instruments.eu/
Research: 
We propose to establish Plasmon -enhanced Terahertz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy and scanning microscopy as a unique Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) platform for high-sensitivity local analysis of paramagnetic organic and inorganic species and materials. Here, we will deliver novel hardware and infrastructure providing ground-breaking innovation in the magnetic sensing and imaging.

The platform is conceptually based on incorporating THz plasmonic antennas onto surfaces (spectroscopy) and scanning probe tips (microscopy), resulting in a strong, local enhancement (about two orders of magnitude) of the magnetic sensing field. Extending to the THz region enables effective utilization of plasmonic structures resulting in a radical improvement of EPR sensitivity (about four orders of magnitude) and spatial resolution going beyond the diffraction limit, and thus introduce a scanning probe microscopic regime into this field. This will make it possible to map the sample over its area and so to localize its properties with unprecedented resolution (below 1 micrometre). Such a significant enhancement of the EPR performance will open new ways in magnetic sensing technologies enabling for instance to study in situ functional centres in a wide variety of materials, and, generally, set a new direction in the development of the EPR-employing industry. EPR finds its applications in many scientific areas covering chemistry, biology, medicine, materials science, physics, etc. Hence, introducing this new method would have a profound impact on scientific, technological and societal stakeholders in many research and industrial communities.

Partners: 

Vysoke Uceni Technicke V Brne - Czech Republic (Coordinator)

Universitaet Stuttgart - Germany

CIC nanoGUNE - Spain

Thomas Keating Limited- United Kingdom

Plasmon Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
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