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Phd under the supervision of Prof.Dr.Michael Filatov

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Single spinning nuclei in diamond offer a stable quantum computing building block

Surmounting several distinct hurdles to quantum computing, physicists at Harvard University have found that individual carbon-13 atoms in a diamond lattice can be manipulated with extraordinary precision to create stable quantum mechanical memory and a small quantum processor, also known as a quantum register, operating at room temperature. The finding brings the futuristic technology of quantum information systems into the realm of solid-state materials under ordinary conditions.

Theoretical Chemistry.
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