Welcome to the webpage of the Quantum nanophotonics and biosensing team at University of New Mexico's Center for High Technology Materials. Our research lies at the intersection of condensed-matter physics, quantum optics, and biomedical imaging. We specialize in using color centers in diamond as quantum sensors to study nanoscale magnetic phenomena in physical, chemical, and biological systems. We are also developing nanophotonic surfaces for applications ranging from few-photon optical logic to virtual reality.

We are hiring! Postdocs and students interested in joining the lab may contact Victor Acosta, vmacosta@unm.edu.

We are located at CHTM, 1313 Goddard st. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106. Labs: 159B & 171A, Office: 115A


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