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    • Coupling of NV Centers to Photonic Crystal Nanobeams in Diamond 

      Hausmann, Birgit Judith Maria; Shields, Brendan John; Quan, Qimin; Chu, Yiwen; de Leon, Nathalie Pulmones; Evans, Ruffin Eley; Burek, Michael John; Zibrov, Alexander S; Markham, M.; Twitchen, D. J.; Park, Hongkun; Lukin, Mikhail D.; Loncar, Marko (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2013)
      The realization of efficient optical interfaces for solid-state atom-like systems is an important problem in quantum science with potential applications in quantum communications and quantum information processing. We ...
    • Narrow-Linewidth Homogeneous Optical Emitters in Diamond Nanostructures via Silicon Ion Implantation 

      Evans, Ruffin Eley; Sipahigil, Alp; Sukachev, Denis; Zibrov, Alexander S; Lukin, Mikhail D. (American Physical Society (APS), 2016)
      The negatively-charged silicon-vacancy (SiV−) center in diamond is a bright source of indistinguishable single photons and a useful resource in quantum information protocols. Until now, SiV− centers with narrow optical ...
    • Novel fabrication of diamond nanophotonics coupled to single-photon detectors 

      Atikian, Haig Avedis; Meesala, Srujan; Burek, Michael John; Sohn, Young-Ik; Israelian, Johan; Patri, Adarsh S.; Clarke, Nigel; Sipahigil, Alp; Evans, Ruffin Eley; Sukachev, Denis; Westervelt, Robert M.; Lukin, Mikhail D.; Loncar, Marko (SPIE-Intl Soc Optical Eng, 2017)
      Freestanding diamond nanostructures are etched from a bulk diamond substrate and integrated with evanescently coupled superconduncting nanowire single-photon detectors.
    • Nuclear magnetic resonance detection and spectroscopy of single proteins using quantum logic 

      Lovchinsky, Igor; Sushkov, Alexander; Urbach, Elana Kahn; de Leon, N; Choi, Soonwon; De Greve, Kristiaan; Evans, Ruffin Eley; Gertner, Rona S.; Bersin, Eric Alexander; Muller, C; McGuinness, L.; Jelezko, F.; Walsworth, Ronald Lee; Park, Hongkun; Lukin, Mikhail D. (American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2016)
      Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a powerful tool for the structural analysis of organic compounds and biomolecules but typically requires macroscopic sample quantities. We use a sensor, which consists of two ...