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2017

Munsch, Mathieu and Kuhlmann, Andreas V. and Cadeddu, Davide and Gerard, Jean-Michel and Claudon, Julien and Poggio, Martino and Warburton, Richard J.. (2017) Resonant driving of a single photon emitter embedded in a mechanical oscillator. Nature Communications, 8. p. 76.

Cadeddu, Davide and Munsch, Mathieu and Rossi, Nicola and Gerard, Jean-Michel and Claudon, Julien and Warburton, Richard J. and Poggio, Martino. (2017) Electric-Field Sensing with a Scanning Fiber-Coupled Quantum Dot. Physical Review Applied, 8 (3). 031002.

2016

Rietz, Helga . (21 October 2016) Eine Kompassnadel für die Nanowelt. NZZ. p. 59.

Rossi, Nicola and Braakman, Floris and Cadeddu, Davide and Vasyukov, Denis and Tütüncüoglu, Gözde and Fontcuberta i Morral, Anna and Poggio, Martino. (2016) Vectorial scanning force microscopy using a nanowire sensor. Nature Nanotechnology. p. 6.

Cadeddu, D. and Teissier, J. and Braakman, F. R. and Gregersen, N. and Stepanov, P. and Gérard, J.-M. and Claudon, J. and Warburton, R. J. and Poggio, M. and Munsch, M.. (2016) A fiber-coupled quantum-dot on a photonic tip. Applied physics letters, 108 (1). 011112.

Cadeddu, D. and Braakman, F. R. and Tütüncüoglu, G. and Matteini, F. and Rüffer, D. and Fontcuberta i Morral, A. and Poggio, M.. (2016) Time-resolved nonlinear coupling between orthogonal flexural modes of a pristine GaAs nanowire. Nano Letters, 16 (2). pp. 926-931.

2014

Braakman, F. R. and Cadeddu, D. and Tütüncüoglu, G. and Matteini, F. and Rüffer, D. and Fontcuberta i Morral, A. and Poggio, M.. (2014) Nonlinear motion and mechanical mixing in as-grown GaAs nanowires. Applied Physics Letters, 105 (17). p. 173111.

Herzog, B. E. and Cadeddu, D. and Xue, F. and Peddibhotla, P. and Poggio, M.. (2014) Boundary between the thermal and statistical polarization regimes in a nuclear spin ensemble. Applied Physics Letters, 105 (4). 043112.