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Deterministic entangled photon pair sources for quantum computing

Quantum entanglement, the non-classical correlation between different subsystems, is a key advantage that quantum computing has over classical computational systems. In quantum communication, entangled photon pairs are a crucial component in…

Investigators

  • Prineha Narang
  • Derek Wang
  • Tomas Neuman

Quantum Metrology based on Strongly Correlated Matter

Sensors using individual atomic defects in diamond have revolutionized local magnetic sensing. This technology is based on the insight that higher densities of defects can produce more sensitive detectors. However, at very high densities,…

Investigators

  • Mikhail Lukin
  • Norman Yao
  • Soonwon Choi

Quantum memory using silicon-vacancy centers in diamond

In the field of diamond-defect-based quantum information processing, electron spins at defect sites sit within a diamond spin-vacuum and external interface is enabled via photon emission. In comparison to nitrogen-vacancy defects in diamond,…

Investigators

  • Mikhail Lukin
  • Denis Sukachev
  • Christian Nguyen
  • Mirir Bhaskar
  • Alp Sipahigil
  • Ruffin Evans

Quantum method for sampling spectral functions

Quantum computing is poised to transform modern technology by solving computational tasks that cannot be resolved by classical computing. Surprisingly, one of the central challenges for quantum technologies, is the search for useful applications of…

Investigators

  • Eugene Demler
  • Dries Sels

Integrated mounting solution for solid state spin sensors used for bulk detection and imaging

Sensors based on solid state spin system for measuring magnetic fields, electric fields, temperature, pressure, and other physical quantities can offer high resolution sensing at low cost and low power input. These systems employ point defects in…

Investigators

  • Ronald Walsworth
  • Matthew Turner
  • John Barry
  • Jennifer Schloss

Enhanced solid state spin magnetometer sensitivity using spin bath control and differential double quantum measurement

Nitrogen vacancy (NV) diamond solid-state spin systems are highly useful for quantum sensing, however, improving the sensitivity is essential to realizing their potential applications. DC magnetic field sensitivity is typically limited by dephasing…

Investigators

  • Ronald Walsworth
  • Connor Hart
  • Erik Bauch
  • Matthew Turner
  • Jennifer Schloss
  • John Barry

Novel Qubit Allocation Algorithm for Quantum Computers

Quantum computers will change the landscape of technology through their capability of solving complex problems that classical computers are unable to solve efficiently. Very soon, quantum computers with 50-100 qubits (intermediate-scale) will be…

Investigators

  • Prineha Narang
  • Wil Finigan
  • Michael Cubeddu
  • Yudong Cao
  • Thomas Lively

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