Solid-state Quantum Technologies
Our research is currently established at the Laboratoire Charles Coulomb (CNRS and University of Montpellier) within the Physics of excitons, photons and spins axis.
It explores and harnesses the quantum nature of single defects in semiconductor crystals, isolated in bulk and 2D materials. Such solid-state quantum systems provide unprecedented abilities for the emerging quantum technologies, in particular quantum communications by providing scalable optically-active quantum interfaces as well as quantum sensing with unrivaled combination of precision and spatial accuracy.
Published in Phys. Rev. Applied: Magnetic Imaging with Spin Defects in Hexagonal Boron Nitride
Phys. Rev. Applied 18, L061002 (2022)
We welcome four new PhDs!
Juliette Plo, Tristan Clua-Provost, Félix Cache and Elias Sfeir joined our group for a PhD in the team. Welcome to all four!
Published in Nat. Comm.: Decoherence of VB− spin defects in monoisotopic hexagonal boron nitride
Nat. Comm. 13, 4347 (2022)
Published in Phys. Rev. Lett.: Imaging Topological Defects in a Noncollinear Antiferromagnet
Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 187201 (2022)
Anaïs Dréau from L2C awarded the 2022 CNRS Bronze medal
Anaïs Dréau from L2C was awarded the 2022 CNRS Bronze medal for her works on point defects in silicon for quantum technologies. Congratulations to Anaïs!
Openings are available throughout the year for interns, PhDs and post-doctoral fellows.
To apply and for further information, please contact us.