Quantum interface of an electron and a nuclear ensemble

@article{Gangloff2019QuantumIO,
  title={Quantum interface of an electron and a nuclear ensemble},
  author={D. Gangloff and G. {\'E}thier-Majcher and C. Lang and E. Denning and J. H. Bodey and D. M. Jackson and E. Clarke and M. Hugues and C. Le Gall and M. Atat{\"u}re},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={364},
  pages={62-66}
}
  • D. Gangloff, G. Éthier-Majcher, +7 authors M. Atatüre
  • Published 2019
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Science
  • Coherent excitation of an ensemble of quantum objects underpins quantum many-body phenomena and offers the opportunity to realize a memory that stores quantum information. Thus far, a deterministic and coherent interface between a spin qubit and such an ensemble has remained elusive. In this study, we first used an electron to cool the mesoscopic nuclear spin ensemble of a semiconductor quantum dot to the nuclear sideband–resolved regime. We then implemented an all-optical approach to access… CONTINUE READING
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