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The DST CDT have hosted a series of Webinars on different aspects of Diamond Science and Technology. We will be adding more webinars later in the year but if you are interested and would like us to contact you with new dates please register your interest here.

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Past Seminars:

15 July 2020 at2

Alexandre Tallaire, IRCP, Chimie ParishTech, Paris and LSPM, CNRS, Villetaineuse, France

Growth of CVD diamond single crystals containing NV centres

Abstract

7 July 2020

Elke Neu-Ruffing, University of Kaiserslautern

Versatile diamond sensor devices

Abstract
22 June 2020 sebastien

Sebastien Pezzagna, Applied Quantum Systems, Felix-Bloch Institute for Solid-State Physics, Universit├Ąt Leipzig, Germany

Charge-assisted single defect engineering and ion implantation

Abstract

9 June 2020

jason

Jason Smith, University of Oxford

Engineering diamond devices for scalable quantum networks

Abstract
3 June 2020 Marcus Doherty

Marcus Doherty, Australian National University

Nano-electrometry, electric field imaging and electronics using the NV centre in diamond

Abstract
2 June 2020

John Barry

John F. Barry, MIT Lincoln Labs

Microwave Cavity Readout of a NV-Diamond Quatum Sensor

Abstract