Poster 10: Emma Kerr – Optimization of magnetic coil geometries for coherent control of electron spin states in organic semi-conductor thin films under strong magnetic drive conditions

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Faculty mentor: Christoph Boehme

The purpose of this study is to optimize the geometry of a current-carrying structure that produces a homogenous oscillating magnetic field at radio-frequencies (1-200 MHz) with high amplitude B1. The circuit element should exhibit low impedance and allow for a straightforward application of the radiation field to organic semiconductor thin film devices for the purpose of studying spin-state transitions among pairs of electronic charge-carriers under strong magnetic drives.

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Questions or comments? Contact me at: emkerr00@gmail.com

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