Application of optically detected magnetic resonance spectrometer in a confocal microscope in the study of solid-state quantum bits

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PhD típus: 
Fizikai Tudományok Doktori Iskola
Év: 
2018/2019
Témavezető: 
Név: 
Gali Ádám
Email cím: 
agali@eik.bme.hu
Intézet: 
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Wigner Research Centre for Physics & BME Institute of Physics, Department of Atomic Physics
Beosztás: 
scientific advisor, docent (associate professor)
Tudományos fokozat: 
DSc
Konzulens: 
Név: 
Koppa Pál
Email cím: 
koppa@eik.bme.hu
Intézet: 
BME Institute of Physics, Department of Atomic Physics
Beosztás: 
full professor
Tudományos fokozat: 
DSc
Leírás: 

In the Wigner RCP, an optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) spectrometer in a confocal microscope arrangement is deployed for coherent manipulation of electronic and nuclear spin states of individual room-temperature solid-state quantum bits, such as nitrogen-vacancy centre in diamond, with using illumination and microwave impulses.

Description:
In the Wigner RCP, an optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) spectrometer in a confocal microscope arrangement is deployed for coherent manipulation of electronic and nuclear spin states of individual room-temperature solid-state quantum bits, such as nitrogen-vacancy centre in diamond, with using illumination and microwave impulses.

 

The candidate’s task is to investigate these ODMR centres as well as implement the quantum informational protocols given by the supervisor. These studies are carried out in a tight cooperation with the University of Vienna, giving the student an opportunity to practice the ODMR spectroscopy there. The candidate contributes to the development of the spectrometer itself, in which the range of measurements is to be extended to include low temperatures and a wider range of electronic spin and nuclear spin resonance, in order to measure a larger set of solid-state quantum bit candidates. These efforts and studies will be carried out in a wide international network with leading laboratories all around the world. Results are expected to be published in prestigious journals as well as scientific workshops worldwide including the USA and Asian countries.

 

Elvárások: 

Expected skills:
Experience with laboratory techniques in electronic and nuclear spin resonance, or construction of optical systems is expected. Knowledge in the theory thereof, and solid-state physics, especially semiconductor physics is required. An ability to work hard and cooperate with colleagues is also needed. 

Munkahely neve: 
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Wigner Research Centre for Physics & BUTE Institute of Physics, Department of Atomic Physics
Munkahely címe: 
1121 Budapest, Konkoly-Thege Miklós 29-33.