High-Fidelity Control and Readout of Spins in Semiconductors

Our improving ability to control quantum mechanical systems is heralding a new generation of quantum devices whose performance is ultimately only limited by the laws of physics. Spins in semiconductors are a promising platform for such devices as they can have long coherence times, and could leverage the existing capabilities of the semiconductor industry. Our goal is to demonstrate high fidelity control and readout schemes for electron and nuclear spins in semiconductors such as silicon and silicon carbide.

FACULTY CONTACT: Chandrasekhar Ramanathan