Fields of expertise
Dinesh Pinto is currently a doctoral student at the Max Planck EPFL Center for Molecular Nanoscience and Technology, a collaboration between EPFL and Max Planck Institute. He earned his Bachelor of Science at the University of Delhi in 2016, and his Master of Science at the University of Stuttgart in 2018. As part of his Masters' thesis work with Prof. Jörg Wrachtrup and Prof. Klaus Kern, he performed the first demonstration of readout and control of a single endofullerene qubit. He went on to present his work at several international conferences, including at the 50th Anniversary of the European Group on Atomic Systems (EGAS50) in Krakow, Poland.
Imaging nanoscale magnetism with a diamond qubit operating at low temperature and ultra-high vacuum.
|Master of Science||Dark spins as a qubit resource: single and ensemble approaches using a nanoscale sensor||3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart||Oct 2018|
|Bachelor of Science||Ab-initio investigation of thermalization in isolated many-body quantum systems||St. Stephen's College, University of Delhi||May 2016|
|D. Pinto, D. Paone, R. Wieczorek, W. Harneit, J. Wrachtrup, and K. Kern
Contributed poster at the Gordon Research Conference (GRC) for Quantum Sensing. Hong Kong, June 2019.
|Local readout and control of an endofullerene qubit|
|D. Pinto, D. Paone, L. Schlipf, B. Kern, R. Wieczorek, W. Harneit, J. Wrachtrup, and K. Kern
Contributed talk at the 50th Anniversary of the European Group on Atomic Systems (EGAS). Krakow, Poland, July 2018.
|Sensing buckyball spin qubits using color centers in diamond|
|D. Pinto, D. Paone, L. Schlipf, B. Kern, M. Ternes, A. Finkler, J. Wrachtrup, and K. Kern
Contributed talk at the Joint meeting of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG) and European Physical Society (EPS) Condensed Matter Divisions. Berlin, Germany, March 2018.
|Buckyball spin networks controlled using qubits in diamond|