The HYPERDIAMOND consortium is composed of members with extensive knowledge in the scientific and technical domains required to achieve the project objectives as further described below. 

The consortium includes:

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

KIT will be involved in HYPERDIAMOND through its Institute for Biological Interfaces, which is one of few facilities worldwide providing low-field to high-field spectrometers for different applications in solid-state and liquid-state NMR spectroscopy, as well as diffusion and imaging or on-site detection of production processes.

Role in the project

KIT will contribute in several WPs with its broad experience in fast coherent transfer of hyperpolarization to 13C nuclei of diamonds and the characterization of corresponding diamonds/nanodiamonds using NMR spectroscopic methods.