Mr Jonny Bodey is a Bye-Fellow at Magdalene College.
Jonny originally came to Magdalene to study Natural Sciences as an undergraduate in 2013. He continued his studies starting as a PhD student in experimental quantum physics. Sadly, this line of work requires him to spend most of his time working in a dark, air-conditioned room with no windows, which has greatly enhanced his love of the outdoors. This combined with a near-total immunity to bad weather, thanks to his rural North Yorkshire upbringing, mean that he can probably be found outdoors, preferably on a hill, and almost definitely on two wheels.
Spin physics, quantum control, solid state quantum coherence, many-body physics and collective phenomena.
BA MSci in Natural Sciences, Magdalene College, Cambridge.
Quantum Interface of an Electron and a Nuclear Ensemble
Gangloff DA, Ethier-Majcher G, Lang C, Denning EV, Bodey JH, Jackson DM, Clarke E, Hugues M, Le Gall C, Atature M Science 364 6435 (2019), DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw2906 https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6435/62
Optical spin locking of a solid-state qubit Bodey JH, Stockill R, Denning EV, Gangloff DA, Ethier-Majcher G, Jackson DM, Clark E, Hugues M, Le Gall C, Atature M npj Quantum Inf 5, 95 (2019), DOI: 10.1038/s41534-019-0206-3 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41534-019-0206-3