Roadmap on quantum nanotechnologies

  title={Roadmap on quantum nanotechnologies},
  author={Arne Laucht and Frank Hohls and Niels Ubbelohde and M Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba and David J. Reilly and S{\o}ren Stobbe and Tim Schr{\"o}der and P. Scarlino and J. V. Koski and Andrew S. Dzurak and Chih Hwan Yang and Jun Yoneda and Ferdinand Kuemmeth and Hendrik Bluhm and Jarryd J. Pla and Charles D. Hill and Joe Salfi and Akira Oiwa and Juha T Muhonen and Ewold Verhagen and Matthew D. LaHaye and Hyun Ho Kim and Adam W. Tsen and Dimitrie Culcer and Attila Geresdi and Jan A. Mol and Varun Mohan and Prashant K. Jain and Jonathan Baugh},
Quantum phenomena are typically observable at length and time scales smaller than those of our everyday experience, often involving individual particles or excitations. The past few decades have seen a revolution in the ability to structure matter at the nanoscale, and experiments at the single particle level have become commonplace. This has opened wide new avenues for exploring and harnessing quantum mechanical effects in condensed matter. These quantum phenomena, in turn, have the potential… 
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