Juha T. Muhonen, Department of Physics and Nanoscience center, University of Jyväskylä
Implanted defects in silicon are one of the most promising platforms for quantum computing and sensing. At the moment their application potential is however hampered by the lack of convenient and scalable readout and coupling methods. Here I will present our research onstudying different coupling mechanisms for silicon defects, concentrating especially on coupling to mechanical resonators and photonic components. Single-ion implantation will be the crucial enabling technology for any advanced applications. I will present the implantation requirement for different coupling schemes.