Clarification of the mechanisms of the phenomenon of the STM spin noise process.
Improvement of the sensitivity of ESN-STM - under ambient conditions.
Development of a low temperature (LT)-ESN-STM - with impedance matching at LT.
Measurement of the g tensor of a single spin. Characterizing the dependence on the tunneling current, the bias voltage and the temperature.
Synthesis of tailored molecules with appropriate electronic spin properties in isolated or aggregated states and their grafting on surfaces.
Development of Fourier transform - quadrature detection - to distinguish between spin up or down and to measure spin flips and longitudinal relaxation times - of a single spin.
Measurement of hyperfine couplings at LT and UHv of molecules and defects.
Evaluation of the ability of ESN-STM to follow relaxation processes of isolated spin systems: Measurement of relaxation times as a function of temperature and magnetic fields.
Measurement of local fluctuations in the spectroscopic parameters: Attempting to understand these local fluctuations from the STM image.
Measurement of the hyperfine coupling between a paramagnetic atom on the tip and the nuclei on the surface