Lorentz Center - Single dopant control from 29 Mar 2010 through 1 Apr 2010
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    Single dopant control
    from 29 Mar 2010 through 1 Apr 2010

 

 

 

The interaction of a dopant with its environment

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Monday

1

Mariette

Introduction

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1,1

Wrachtrup

Diamond defects: Positioning, Control and Physics

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1,2

Hirjibehidin

The impact of the local environment on the Kondo

screening of a high-spin atom

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1,3

Besombes

Optical detection and dynamics of an individual        Mn spin in a quantum dot

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1,4

Brandt

Electrically detected magnetic resonance of few-dopant  devices

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Deterministic doping

Tuesday

2

Shinada

Introduction

Panel Discussion

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2,1

Simmons

Towards Atomically Precise Silicon Devices in all Three Dimensions

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2,2

Schenkel

Ion implantation for spin qubit integration in silicon and diamond - status and prospects

 

2,3

Ono

Single-Dopant Effects in Silicon Nano Transistors

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2,4

Awshalom

Gigahertz coherent control and nanoscale placement of single spins in diamond

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2,5

Morello

Single-shot readout of an electron spin in silicon

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Modelling

Wednesday

3

Koiller

Introduction

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3,1

Hollenberg

Mitigation and exploitation of decoherence in silicon and diamond quantum devices

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3,2

Krebs

Magneto-optical properties of singly Mn-doped InAs/GaAs quantum dots

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3,3

Aguado

Electronic transport in quantum dots doped with a single Mn-ion

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3,4

Govorov

Optical and Electronic Properties of Quantum Dots with Magnetic Impurities

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3,5

Calderon

Donors in Si near an interface

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Devices and applications

Thursday

4

Woltjer

Introduction

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4,1

Lukin

Quantum optical interface for solid-state spin qubits

 

4,2

Hanson

Quantum control of single spins and single photons in diamond

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4,3

Sanquer

Detection of single donors effects in ultra-scaled CMOS devices

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4,4

Biesemans

Device Materials and Architecture for the 22nm and beyond

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4,5

Flatte

Optical and electrical control of single dopants: towards single-dopant devices

 



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