Control of single spin in CMOS devices and its application for quantum bits.

  title={Control of single spin in CMOS devices and its application for quantum bits.},
  author={R. Maurand and D. Kotekar-Patil and Andrea Corna and Heorhii Bohuslavskyi and Alessandro Crippa and R. Lavieville and Louis Hutin and Sylvain Barraud and Maud Vinet and S.De Franceschi and Xavier Jehl and Marc Sanquer},
  • R. Maurand, D. Kotekar-Patil, +9 authors Marc Sanquer
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • We show how to measure and manipulate a single spin in a CMOS device fabricated in a pre-industrial 300 mm CMOS foundry. The device can be used as a spin quantum bit working at very low temperature. The spin manipulation is done by a microwave electric field applied directly on a gate. The presented results are a proof-of-principle demonstration of the possibility to define qubits by means of conventional industrial fabrication processes. 

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