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A Spin Quintet in a Silicon Double Quantum Dot: Spin Blockade and Relaxation

@inproceedings{Lundberg2019ASQ,
  title={A Spin Quintet in a Silicon Double Quantum Dot: Spin Blockade and Relaxation},
  author={Theodor Lundberg and Jizhao Li and Louis Hutin and Beno{\^i}t Bertrand and David J. Ibberson and Changmin Lee and David J. Niegemann and Matias Urdampilleta and Nadia A. Stelmashenko and Tristan Meunier and J. W. A. Robinson and Lisa A. Ibberson and Maud Vinet and Yann-Michel Niquet and M. Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba},
  year={2019}
}
  • Theodor Lundberg, Jizhao Li, +12 authors M. Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • Spins in gate-defined silicon quantum dots are promising candidates for implementing large-scale quantum computing. To read the spin state of these qubits, the mechanism that has provided the highest fidelity is spin-to-charge conversion via singlet-triplet spin blockade, which can be detected in-situ using gate-based dispersive sensing. In systems with a complex energy spectrum, like silicon quantum dots, accurately identifying when singlet-triplet blockade occurs is hence of major importance… CONTINUE READING

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