Presentation title: Engineering NV centers in isotopically-controlled, CVD grown diamond
Christian Osterkamp, a native of Ludwigsburg in southern Germany, holds two master's degrees from the University of Ulm in the disciplines of physics and economophysics. He also received his PhD from the Institute of Quantum Optics under the supervision of Professor Fedor Jelezko.
His research deals with the synthetic fabrication of diamonds, as well as the targeted generation of defect centers for applications in quantum technologies. In particular, the interplay of electron spin resonance analysis tools and the insights gained from them to optimize diamond fabrication processes are part of his activities at the University of Ulm. Nanometer precise positioning of NV centers in differently oriented diamond single crystals and the control of the spin bath are outstanding achievements of his career.