Dr Shannon Nicley (she/her)
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
PI - Diamond & Quantum Materials Group
2021 Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Michigan State University, USA
2020 Staff Scientist, Fraunhofer USA Center Midwest for Coatings & Diamond Technologies, USA
2018 Royal Society Newton International Fellow, University of Oxford, UK
2015 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Hasselt University, Belgium
2015 PhD in Electrical Engineering, Michigan State University, USA
2007 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Michigan State University, USA
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About the PI
Shannon Nicley is the PI of the Diamond and Quantum Materials Group (DQM). Her research research is in the development of novel material growth capabilities and the microwave plasma assisted chemical vapor deposition growth of doped diamond for quantum applications including sensing, quantum communication, quantum memories, and quantum computing. Her interests also include the discovery and characterization of new solid state qubit candidates and the development of diamond nanofabrication techniques.
She is also affiliated with the Fraunhofer USA Center Midwest for Coatings & Diamond Technologies Division, utilizing the center's extensive diamond materials processing and characterization capabilities.