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Searching strong `spin'-orbit coupled one-dimensional hole gas in strong magnetic fields

  title={Searching strong `spin'-orbit coupled one-dimensional hole gas in strong magnetic fields},
  author={Rui Li},
  • Rui Li
  • Published 2021
  • Physics
There are well developed techniques for initialization, manipulation, and readout of the electron spin states in gate-defined semiconductor quantum dots [1, 2], such that the quantum dot electron spin has been regarded as one of the most promising qubit candidates for implementing quantum computations [3]. Owing to a suppressed interaction between the hole spin and the lattice nuclear spins, quantum dot hole spin is also expected to be an excellent qubit candidate as well as the electron spin… Expand

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