Bristol Quantum Engineering CDT
I gave graduate lectures on "Spin qubits in silicon and diamond" in June 2017 for Bristol University's Quantum Engineering Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). The Powerpoint slides for lecture 1 (5 MB), lectures 2&3 (45 MB) and lecture 4 (18 MB) are online.
Quantum Information, Computing and Contol
My group hosted the Summer School on Quantum Information, Computing, and Control (QuICC) in 2015. This meeting was for students on the Controlled Quantum Dynamics CDT at Imperial College London. Here are the slides (45 MB ppt) and handouts (5 MB pdf) for my lectures 1 and 2 on magnetic resonance for quantum technologies plus qubits in silicon. Here are the slides (5 MB ppt) and handouts (3 MB pdf) for lecture 3 on qubits in diamond.
Diamond Science and Technology
I am the module leader for Module 2 (PX904: Properties and Characterisation of Materials) of the MSc which is part of the Diamond Science and Technology (DST) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). Here are my ppt slides for:
Lecture 0: Introduction to the module (5 MB)
Lecture 4: Electronic properties of Materials (7 MB)
Lectures 5 and 6: Bandstructure (8 MB)
Lecture 9: Electronic Characterization of Materials (4 MB)
Lectures 15 and 16: Magnetic Properties and Characterization of Materials (15 MB)
You can download all of my Module 2 DST CDT slides as a zip file here (33 MB).
I also give two lecture for Module 8 (PX907: Diamond Photonics and Quantum Devices) and the slides are here:
Lectures 13 and 14: Quantum Sensing (14 MB)
Integrated Magnetic Resonance (iMR) CDT:
Here is a Powerpoint file (24 MB) combining my pulsed magnetic resonace animations (rotating frame, spin echo and spin echo decay). These are on Wikipedia also, but this version includes the initial still frame which allows you to start the animation.
All of the files on this page are CC-by-SA.