After a successful MSc Thesis I continued in the OtteLab. The first year I spent doing various projects such as identifying the usability of Co and Sc on CuN/CuAu, attempting ESR measurements and starting the first round of the Remote Detection project. This project, was continued on during most of the second year, which led to a publication in Nature's Communication Phyiscs. During my third year I was busy upgrading one of our STMs to include a proper antenna for the purpose of ESR-STM, with success. Throughout my third and fourth year I helped set up AFM-STM in our lab, tried new species of atoms on MgO for the purpose of ESR-STM and am working in collaboration with Richard Norte's team. During the second half of my fourth year I will be in South Korea, as a research exchange with EWHA Womens University's Center for Quantun Nanoscience.
Outreach of my work has led to being nominated for Best Poster Prize at the yearly Dutch Physics Society's convention in Veldhoven in 2020, the third place the Dutch Physic's newsletter for best article and I have also published in the Dutch Vacuum Society's magazine.