Sensing and timekeeping using a light-trapping diamond waveguide

@inproceedings{Clevenson2017SensingAT,
  title={Sensing and timekeeping using a light-trapping diamond waveguide},
  author={Hannah Anne Clevenson},
  year={2017}
}
Solid-state quantum sensors are attracting wide interest because of their sensitivity at room temperature. The spin properties of individual nitrogen vacancy (NV) color centers in diamond make them outstanding nanoscale sensors of magnetic fields, electric fields, and temperature under ambient conditions. Using large ensembles of NV centers leads to increases in sensitivity with reduced spatial resolution. A powerefficient device for the implementation of diamond-based sensors using large… CONTINUE READING

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