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21 September 2017 Future outlook for diamond-based quantum information devices (Conference Presentation)
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In recent years there has been substantial progress in solid-state quantum information demonstrations based on diamond. This ranges from room-temperature multi-qubit quantum registers to spin-photon entanglement to loophole-free Bell tests. Most of these demonstrations are done with the nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center. Recently however the silicon-vacancy (SiV) center has shown a much better coupling to photons, owing to the suppression of spectral diffusion. Still more recently the germanium-vacancy (GeV) has shown much higher quantum efficiency the SiV. However there are tradeoffs. In this talk I will review the various options for quantum information devices in diamond. I will also discuss new options for the future, including designer color centers made possible by novel diamond growth techniques.
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Philip R. Hemmer "Future outlook for diamond-based quantum information devices (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 10409, Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging XV, 104090O (21 September 2017);

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