Thomas Keating is part of an international team which won 3M Euro of EU Horizon 2020 funding for a three year research program to develop a novel instrument combining High Frequency Electron Spin Resonance with Plasmon-based scanning probe microscopy. Other members are CIC NanoGUNE [Rainer Hillebrand] in Spain, Stuttgart University [Joris van Slageren] in Germany, and CEITEC [Tomáš Šikola and PetrNeugebauer] in Brno, Czech Republic.
Thomas Keating will be responsible for the THz probe and the Quasi-Optical part of the Instrument.... an inital sketch of the former is shown below:
The Kick Off meeting was held in Brno at the end of January.... Details of that and future developments can be found here
And local newspaper coverage here