Self-assembling hybrid diamond–biological quantum devices

@article{Albrecht2014SelfassemblingHD,
  title={Self-assembling hybrid diamond–biological quantum devices},
  author={Andreas Albrecht and Guy Koplovitz and A. Retzker and F. Jelezko and S. Yochelis and D. Porath and Y. Nevo and O. Shoseyov and Y. Paltiel and M. Plenio},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={093002}
}
  • Andreas Albrecht, Guy Koplovitz, +7 authors M. Plenio
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • New Journal of Physics
  • The realization of scalable arrangements of nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers in diamond remains a key challenge on the way towards efficient quantum information processing, quantum simulation and quantum sensing applications. Although technologies based on implanting NV-centers in bulk diamond crystals or hybrid device approaches have been developed, they are limited by the achievable spatial resolution and by the intricate technological complexities involved in achieving scalability. We propose… CONTINUE READING
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