A robust, scanning quantum system for nanoscale sensing and imaging

@inproceedings{Maletinsky2011ARS,
  title={A robust, scanning quantum system for nanoscale sensing and imaging},
  author={P. Maletinsky and S. Hong and M. S. Grinolds and B. Hausmann and M.D.Lukin and R. Walsworth and M. Lon{\vc}ar and A. Yacoby},
  year={2011}
}
Controllable atomic-scale quantum systems hold great potential as sensitive tools for nanoscale imaging and metrology [1–6]. Possible applications range from nanoscale electric [7] and magnetic field sensing [4–6, 8] to single photon microscopy [1, 2], quantum information processing [9], and bioimaging [10]. At the heart of such schemes is the ability to scan and accurately position a robust sensor within a few nanometers of a sample of interest, while preserving the sensor’s quantum coherence… Expand
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