Diamond Quantum Nanoemitters: Cross Discipline Research on Hyperbolic Optical Systems for Control of Quantum Nanoemitters
Technical Report,01 Mar 2015,31 Aug 2016
PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE SANTIAGO Chile
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As final results of this project there are 1 the investigation of the effect of phonons on the optical properties of solid state emitters. A microscopic model was developed to calculate the phononic spectral density function responsible for the optical line shape of colour centres in diamond and alike impurities in large-bandgap materials PHYS REV B 94, 134305 2016 2 the exploration of the coupling between strain and electronic charge in mechanical resonators using a single quantum emitter in diamond. The work was a collaboration with the Department of Physics at University of California, Santa Barbara. The work was published in PHYS. REV. APPL. 6, 0340055 2016. 3 the investigation of several noise sources, magnetic and electric, on the relaxation time of electronic spins associate to colour centers in diamond. It was found that the relative sensitivity to magnetic and electric noise can be adjusted by external magnetic fields PHYS REV B 93, 0243052016 4 the use of electronic spins as sensors of the local nuclear spin polarisation in diamond. Novel spectroscopical techniques were developed in order to obtain useful information about the nuclear bath PHYS REV B 92, 241117R 2015.
- Solid State Physics