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Tailoring the properties of NV colour centers in diamond

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  • UserJean-Francois Roch (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton - ENS Cachan, Université Paris-Sud and CNRS Orsay, France)
  • ClockThursday 02 April 2015, 11:00-12:00
  • HouseRutherford building, Seminar Room B.

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The Nitrogen-Vacancy (NV) color center is a point defect in diamond which behaves as an artificial atom hosted in a solid-state matrix. Due to its electron spin properties which can be read-out and manipulated as an elementary quantum system even at room temperature, the NV center has found a wide panel of applications as a qubit for quantum information and as a magnetic field sensor. However these applications require to control the properties of the NV centers and their localization. I will describe methods aimed to taylor the properties of NV centers by combining techniques for the implantation of nitrogen atoms then converted into NV centers and for the plasma-assisted (CVD) synthesis of diamond

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