Dwi is a Specially Appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Materials Science, Niigata University.
He earned his PhD in materials science from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology where he focused on exploring the use of defects in solids for quantum sensing. He is currently exploring novel techniques in nuclear magnetic resonance imaging for life science application. His research interest includes quantum sensing, nuclear magnetic resonance, and spintronics and has experiences working on those fields.
Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Niigata University
Research associate, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Visiting PhD Researcher, The City College of New York
Lecturer, Universitas Panca Marga
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Doctor of Philosophy
Tohoku University, Master of Science
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Sarjana Teknik
Imaging of stray magnetic field vectors from a magnetic particle with an ensemble of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics
Long-distance excitation of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond via surface spin waves, Applied Physics Express
Systematic studies on anharmonicity of rattling phonons in type-I clathrates by low-temperature heat capacity measurements, Physical Review B