Quantum Nanotechnology: Concepts to Devices
Grant number: DP0770715 | Funding period: 2007 - 2012
Just as the technological advances of the past few decades at the micro level fundamentally changed our lives, so too the emerging era of 'quantum nanotechnology' promises to revolutionise our society in the 21st century. This Fellowship will explore and develop critical areas of quantum nanotechnology - absolutely secure communication, nanoscopic level imaging, and exponentially fast computers. Such technology will have far reaching applications in all areas of society and provide significant National benefit.
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Ambient nanoscale sensing with single spins using quantum decoherence
LP McGuinness, LT Hall, A Stacey, DA Simpson, CD Hill, JH Cole, K Ganesan, BC Gibson, S Prawer, P Mulvaney, F Jelezko, J Wrachtrup, RE Scholten, LCL Hollenberg
Magnetic resonance detection is one of the most important tools used in life-sciences today. However, as the technique detects the..
Nanoscale magnetometry through quantum control of nitrogen-vacancy centres in rotationally diffusing nanodiamonds
D Maclaurin, LT Hall, AM Martin, LCL Hollenberg
The confluence of quantum physics and biology is driving a new generation of quantum-based sensing and imaging technology capable ..
High spatial and temporal resolution wide-field imaging of neuron activity using quantum NV-diamond
LT Hall, GCG Beart, EA Thomas, DA Simpson, LP McGuinness, JH Cole, JH Manton, RE Scholten, F Jelezko, Joerg Wrachtrup, S Petrou, LCL Hollenberg
A quantitative understanding of the dynamics of biological neural networks is fundamental to gaining insight into information proc..
Quantum measurement and orientation tracking of fluorescent nanodiamonds inside living cells
LP McGuinness, Y Yan, A Stacey, DA Simpson, LT Hall, D Maclaurin, S Prawer, P Mulvaney, J Wrachtrup, F Caruso, RE Scholten, LCL Hollenberg
Fluorescent particles are routinely used to probe biological processes. The quantum properties of single spins within fluorescent ..
Coherent electron transport by adiabatic passage in an imperfect donor chain
Rajib Rahman, Richard P Muller, James E Levy, Malcolm S Carroll, Gerhard Klimeck, Andrew D Greentree, Lloyd CL Hollenberg
Coherent tunneling adiabatic passage (CTAP) has been proposed as a long-range physical quantum bits (qubit) transport mechanism in..
Top-down pathways to devices with few and single atoms placed to high precision
Jessica A Van Donkelaar, Andrew D Greentree, Andrew DC Alves, Lenneke M Jong, Lloyd CL Hollenberg, David N Jamieson
Solid-state devices that employ few and single atoms are emerging as a consequence of technological advances in classical microele..
Band structure, phase transitions, and semiconductor analogs in one-dimensional solid light systems
James Quach, Melissa I Makin, Chun-Hsu Su, Andrew D Greentree, Lloyd CL Hollenberg
The conjunction of atom-cavity physics and photonic structures ("solid light" systems) offers new opportunities in terms of more d..
Single photon quantum non-demolition measurements in the presence of inhomogeneous broadening
Andrew D Greentree, RG Beausoleil, LCL Hollenberg, WJ Munro, Kae Nemoto, S Prawer, TP Spiller
Electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) has often been proposed for generating nonlinear optical effects at the single phot..
Architectural design for a topological cluster state quantum computer
Simon J Devitt, Austin G Fowler, Ashley M Stephens, Andrew D Greentree, Lloyd CL Hollenberg, William J Munro, Kae Nemoto
The development of a large scale quantum computer is a highly sought after goal of fundamental research and consequently a highly ..
Atomistic simulations of adiabatic coherent electron transport in triple donor systems
Rajib Rahman, Seung H Park, Jared H Cole, Andrew D Greentree, Richard P Muller, Gerhard Klimeck, Lloyd CL Hollenberg
A solid-state analog of stimulated Raman adiabatic passage can be implemented in a triple-well solid-state system to coherently tr..
A highly efficient two level diamond based single photon source
DA Simpson, E Ampem-Lassen, BC Gibson, S Trpkovski, FM Hossain, ST Huntington, AD Greentree, LCL Hollenberg, S Prawer
An unexplored diamond defect center that is found to emit stable single photons at a measured rate of 1.6 MHz at room temperature ..
Equivalence between Bell inequalities and quantum minority games
Adrian P Flitney, Maximilian Schlosshauer, Christian Schmid, Wieslaw Laskowski, Lloyd CL Hollenberg
We show that, for a continuous set of entangled four-partite states, the task of maximizing the payoff in the symmetric-strategy f..
Deterministic optical quantum computer using photonic modules
Ashley M Stephens, Zachary WE Evans, Simon J Devitt, Andrew D Greentree, Austin G Fowler, William J Munro, Jeremy L O'Brien, Kae Nemoto, Lloyd CL Hollenberg
The optical quantum computer is one of the few experimental systems to have demonstrated small scale quantum information processin..
Coherent Tunneling Adiabatic Passage with the Alternating Coupling Scheme
Lenneke M Jong, Andrew D Greentree, Vincent I Conrad, Lloyd CL Hollenberg, David N Jamieson
The use of adiabatic passage techniques to mediate particle transport through real space, rather than phase space, is becoming an ..