Dr. Andrin Doll
5232 Villigen PSI
Andrin Doll is currently a project scientist in the quantum photon science group with principal focus on microwave-driven spin systems. Andrin Doll obtained his Masters degree in electrical engineering at the ETH Zürich. During his studies, he stayed eight months at EMPA Dübendorf working on scanning near-field optical microscopy. For his master thesis, he joined the Jeschke group at ETH Zürich and developed instrumentation and methodology for electron-nuclear polarization transfer. He pursued his PhD study in the same lab and focused on electron spin excitation by frequency-swept microwave pulses. To this end, he built several setups with frequencies ranging from 8 GHz to 95 GHz and demonstrated novel experiments for enhanced sensitivity and multi-dimensional spectroscopy. After his PhD, he joined the nanomagnetism group at CEA Saclay with a mobility fellowship from the SNSF and primary focus on detection of nuclear magnetic resonance using giant magneto-resistive sensors. He then joined the PSI in 2019 with the ambition to combine magnetic resonance spectroscopy with large-facility research. Initially, he was a PostDoc on a PSI-internal CROSS project between the MICMAG group at SLS and the LEM group at SµS and devised experiments for microwave-driven spin systems probed by either X-rays or muons. Subsequently, he joined the QPS group to further explore microwave-driven systems with a variety of optical probes.
Development of resonant microwave structures that are compatible with large facility experiments at PSI.