Past Seminars

November 2023
October 2023
Oct 27 2023
9:00 am - 10:00 am

IBM Qiskit Panel: Roland Farrell

Running Experiments on more than 100 Qubits Panel, Introduction by Jay Gambetta
C520 Physics and Astronomy Building
May 2023
May 24 2023
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Quantum Error Correction Sold Out

Victor Albert, NIST and University of Maryland. Online participation available.
C520 Physics and Astronomy Building
May 16 2023
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm


Shallow neutral donors (D0) in ZnO have emerged as a promising candidate for solid-state spin qubits. Here, we report on the formation of D0 in ZnO via implantation of In and subsequent annealing. The implanted In donors exhibit optical and spin properties on par with in situ doped donors. The inhomogeneous linewidth of the donor-bound exciton transition is less than 10 GHz, comparable to the optical linewidth of in situ In. Longitudinal spin relaxation times (T1) exceed reported values for in situ Ga donors, indicating that residual In implantation damage does not degrade T1. Two laser Raman spectroscopy on the donor spin reveals the hyperfine interaction of the donor electron with the spin-9/2 In nuclei. This work is an important step toward the deterministic formation of In donor qubits in ZnO with optical access to a long-lived nuclear spin memory.
C421 Physics and Astronomy Building
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