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Diamond for quantum technologies

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Atomic impurities in diamonds not only give diamonds their colours, they also obey the rules of quantum mechanics. They have thus been proposed as a building block to design new technologies relying on the laws of quantum mechanics to enhance current capabilities in computing and sensing. In this talk, I will introduce such impurities, their basic properties, as well as some of their quantum applications. (No prior knowledge of quantum mechanics is necessary)

This talk is part of the Wolfson College Science Society series.

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