Dr. Jose J. Baldoví

Other MPSD Members (Hamburg) (Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter) MARIE CURIE

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jose [dot] baldovi [at] mpsd [dot] mpg [dot] de

Research Information

Research Overview

My background orbits around two closely interlinked topics:

(1) the rational design of molecular nanomagnets for quantum computing and molecular spintronics.
(2) the understanding of the mechanistic details of decoherence in molecular spin qubits based on mononuclear rare-earth complexes.

The main objective of my current research at Nano-bio spectroscopy group is the development of a full theoretical and computational framework for the rational design of a new generation of hybrid molecular/2D nanodevices with the aim of coupling coherently distant molecular spin qubits via new induced topological superconducting phases that can be tuned by chemical engineering.

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Latest publications

Sublimable chloroquinolinate lanthanoid single-ion magnets deposited on ferromagnetic electrodes
Sara G. Miralles, Amílcar Bedoya-Pinto, José J. Baldoví, Walter Cañón-Mancisidor, Yoann Prado, Helena Prima-Garcia, Alejandro Gaita-Ariño, Guillermo Minguez Espallargas, Luis E. Hueso, Eugenio Coronado
Chemical Science 9, 199 - 208 (2018)
Spin states, vibrations and spin relaxation in molecular nanomagnets and spin qubits: a critical perspective
Luis Escalera-Moreno, José J. Baldoví, Alejandro Gaita-Ariño, Eugenio Coronado
Chemical Science 9, 3265 - 3275 (2018)