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Diamond Quantum Devices: Control & Signal Processing Methods for Quantum Sensing and Quantum Simulation

Plenio, M (Ulm University)
Monday 04 August 2014, 16:15-16:55

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


In this lecture I will present work towards achieving control of NV centers in diamonds and show how this can be used to create quantum spin sensors that may achieve nuclear spin sensitivity, hybrid devices for spin-motion coupling and enhanced sensing of pressure, electric fields as well as a novel design for a quantum simulator. These ideas benefit from the use of control techniques to manage noise as well as methods from signal processing to extract information from noisy experimental signals.


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