Diamond platforms for nanoscale photonics and metrology

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Title: Diamond platforms for nanoscale photonics and metrology
Author: Shields, Brendan John
Citation: Shields, Brendan John. 2014. Diamond platforms for nanoscale photonics and metrology. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: Observing and controlling solid state quantum systems is an area of intense research in quantum science today. Such systems offer the natural advantage of being bound into a solid device, eliminating the need for laser cooling and trapping of atoms in free space. These solid state "atoms" can interface directly with photonic channels designed to efficiently couple into larger networks of interacting quantum systems. With all of the tools of semiconductor fabrication technology available, the idea of scalable, chip-based quantum networks is a tantalizing prospect.
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