Date: 6th May 2011
Venue: University of Cambridge, Clare College.
Scope: This meeting brought together researchers interested in silicon qubits. Topics covered included experimental and theoretical approaches to quantum spin control, device fabrication and electronic transport.
Program: The format was designed to leave plenty of time for informal discussion.
|Spectroscopy I||Stephanie Simmons||Spin entanglement in silicon||10:05|
Electrically-detected magnetic resonance at high magnetic fields
|Richard George||Quantum memory using bismuth donors in silicon||11:00|
|Nanofabrication||Hiroshi Mizuta||Silicon nanofabrication in Southampton||11:35|
|Neil Curson||Studying dopants in silicon with STM||12:05|
|Stephen Schofield||Bound states of interacting dangling bonds in silicon||12:25|
|Electrical transport||Gary Ternent||Silicon based nanoelectronics capability at Glasgow||13:45|
|Dominik Heiss||Electrical transport through dopant clusters||14:10|
|A dopant/quantum dot hybrid system||14:30|
|David Willams||SOI structures for QIP||14:50|
|Spectroscopy II||Ben Murdin||
Coherent control of THz frequency orbital transitions in silicon donors for QIP
|Wei Wu||Exchange interactions among defects in silicon||16:10|