Resonant nanophotonic coupling to NVs in single crystal diamond

Thursday, October 20, 2011 -
1:30pm to 2:30pm
Paul Barclay
Speaker's Institution: 
University of Calgary


The diamond nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center is an optically active impurity whose ‘atom-like’ properties make it a promising solid state qubit, in which well-defined optical transitions are used to control the quantum state of single NV electron and nuclear spins. In my talk I will review recent advances in realizing nanophotonic devices in diamond based materials. I will present results demonstrating Purcell enhanced coupling between optical nanocavities and NVs in single crystal diamond, and will discuss opportunities and challenges which lay ahead for diamond quantum optics.