We would like to thank again this month’s seminar speaker, Kai-Mei Fu from the University of Washington. Kai-Mei gave a very interesting talk on her research of donors in ZnO. You can access the full presentation, as well as our previous speakers, from the RAISIN website.
The draft programme for the 2022 RAISIN workshop has now been published, 2022 Workshop Programme. We are looking forward to the face-to-face talks and discussions with our network members as we prepare the interim roadmap for the applications of implanted single impurities for quantum technologies.
Our first two webinars are now available to watch. Find links to these talks and the latest updates of upcoming seminars here.
The RAISIN network is offering funding for collaborative exchanges for early career researchers (post-docs, UK and non-UK) and post-graduate research students (non-UK only) to allow them to spend time at a host institution to learn new techniques, methods, and insights that are not available in their home institution. Funding is eligible for visits to or from any UK institution. The duration of the exchange will typically be 5-14 days and awarded in a competitive process.