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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

Department of Physics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Mr Jan Beitner

Mr Jan Beitner

Winton Scholar

Supervisor: Dr Mete Atatüre

Atomic, Mesoscopic and Optical Physics Group


Biography:

B.Sc. in Physics at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (2009-2012)
MASt in Physics at University of Cambridge (2012-2013)

Research Interests

Strong coupling of nitrogen-vacancy colour centers in nanodiamonds

Nitrogen vacancy centers in nanodiamonds, due to their temporal stability, spacial dimensions and long coherence time, have shown to be suitable for a solid state approach to quantum technology such as quantum computing, metrology and sensing. Controlled strong coupling remains, however, a major challenge. Possible mechanisms include coupling mediated by the spin bath of surrounding carbon atoms or plasmons travelling along a silver wire between two nanodiamonds with point defect. The observation of spin waves and two qubit operations is the final goal.