Recent publications

Dissipative discrete time crystals J O'Sullivan et al. arXiv:1807.09884 (2018)

Linear hyperfine tuning of donor spins in silicon using hydrostatic strain A Bienfait et al. Phys Rev Lett 120 167701 (2018)

Conditional dispersive readout of a CMOS quantum dot via an integrated transistor circuit S Schaal et al. Phys Rev App Highlight, 9 054016 (2018)

Coherent spin dynamics of ytterbium ions in yttrium orthosilicate A Bienfait et al. Phys Rev B Highlight, 97 064409 (2018)

Magnetic resonance with squeezed microwaves A Bienfait et al. Phys Rev X 7 041011 (2017)

Controlling spin relaxation with a cavity A Bienfait et al. Nature 531 74 (2016)

Nuclear spin decoherence of neutral 31P donors in silicon: Effect of 29Si nuclei ES Petersen et al. Phys Rev B 93 161202(R) (2016)

Reaching the quantum limit of sensitivity in electron spin resonance A Bienfait et al. Nature Nanotechnology 11 253 (2015)

Charge dynamics and spin blockade in a hybrid double quantum dot in silicon M Urdampilleta et al. Phys Rev X 5 031024 (2015)

Coherent storage of microwave excitations in rare-earth nuclear spins G Wolfowicz et al. Phys Rev Lett 114 170503 (2015)

Hybrid optical-electrical detection of donor electron spins with bound excitons in Si CC Lo et al. Nature Materials 14 490 (2015)

Conditional Control of Donor Nuclear Spins in Silicon Using Stark Shifts G Wolfowicz et al. Phys Rev Lett 113 157601 (2014)

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Quantum Spin Dynamics

Our research

The magnetic moments of nuclei, atoms and molecules in condensed matter can exhibit strongly quantum behaviour, with discrete energy levels and weak coupling to other degrees of freedom. We study the dynamics of these systems, principally using magnetic resonance, to establish...

  • how best to exploit spins in condensed matter for quantum information applications;
  • the environment of the spin, which can tell us about materials properties, molecular structures, conformation changes, and relaxation mechanisms;
  • the interaction of spins with other excitations, to allow detection of magnetic resonance through optical or transport phenomena;
  • and more!

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