The group of Gabriel Hétet of SIRTEQ has reported on observations of Ramsey interferences and spin echoes from electron spins inside a levitating macroscopic particle. The experiment is realized using nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers hosted in a micron-sized diamond stored in a Paul trap both under atmospheric conditions and under vacuum.
T. Delord et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 121, 053602
The Quantum optics group of SIRTEQ has demontrasted the assembly of defect-free, arbitrarily shaped three-dimensional arrays, containing up to 72 single atoms using holographic methods
Two group of SIRTEQ JS Lauret’s at LAC and Y Chassagneux at LPA’s, in collaboration with LICSEN and the Max Planck Institute (Mainz) have shown that it is possible to access to the intrinsic properties of quantum graphene boxes composed of 96 carbon atoms
Researchers from IRCP, working closely with UNIGE , have discovered
a new material that can be used to store and repeat the quantum signal rapidly – could this be the beginning of a global
Physical review letter : Collective Spin Modes of a Trapped Quantum Ferrofluid
Nature communication: All-optical control of long-lived nuclear spins in rare-earth doped nanoparticles
Highly-efficient quantum memory for polarization qubits in a spatially-multiplexed cold atomic ensemble
Highly-Efficient Quantum Memory for Polarization Qubits in a Spatially-Multiplexed Cold Atomic Ensemble Nature Comm.
J. Laurat Team LKB
Will Schrödinger’s cat fall on its feet?
Energy transfer between molecules is a basic process, observed in many fields spanning from biology to physics.
The cooling of atoms by laser has allowed a revolution in the field of quantum technologies.