Programme – RAISIN 2023

Wednesday 6th September

9:00amRefreshments & Pastries
9:20amWelcomeSteven Clowes
9:40amQuantum sensors from nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond: theory (Invited)Adam GaliWigner Research Centre for Physics
10:40amThe tin-vacancy in diamond: a goldilocks qubit (Invited)Dorian GangloffUniversity of Oxford, UK
12:00 Integration of silicon vacancy centres in sub-micron silicon carbide membranes (Invited)Florian KaiserLuxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
12:40pmEffective formation of optically active defects in diamond upon hot MeV ion implantationElena Nieto HernandezUniversity of Torino, Italy
2:00pmCharge and spin noise experienced by a single NV spin near a surface (Invited)Michael FlattéUniversity of Iowa, US
2.40pmSquare Donut Shape of a Single Bi-Acceptor State in Si from the effective Mass ApproximationJulian ZanonEindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
3:00pmMagnetic field gradient mediated spin-optomechanical couplingCliona ShakespeareUniversity of Jyvänskylä, Finland
3:20pmTowards the deterministic fabrication of SnV colour centres in doped diamondEmilio CorteUniversity of Torino, Italy
4:20pmPoster Session & Drinks
7:00pmConference Dinner – Thai Terrace, Guildford

Thursday 7th September

9:00amRefreshments & Pastries
9:20amTowards Deterministic Defect Center Fabrication Using Sandia’s Focused Ion Implantation Capabilities (Invited)Ed BielejecSandia National Lab, UK
10:00amTBCKristian StockbridgeUniversity of Surrey / Ionoptika
10:40amExploitation of X-ray microscopy to study single impuritiesMichael StucklebergerDeutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Germany
11:40amEfficient ns pulsed laser activation of silicon-based quantum emitters in the telecom range Greta AndriniINFN – Sez. di Torino, Italy
12:00Defect Wave Functions for a Single Bi Ion in Si Using Real-Space Tight Binding Green’s FunctionsJoseph SinkUniversity of Iowa, US
12:20pmOptically excited Precession of Magnetization at Low Fluence RegimeNicholas SmithVirginia Polytechnic and State University, US
12:40pmHigh-resolution characterisation of single ion IBIC detectors using a focused low-keV ion beam Paul RäckeLeibniz Institute of Surface Engineering, Germany
2:00pmHigh-yield atomically precise fabrication using arsenic in silicon and germanium (Invited)Taylor StockUniversity College London, UK
2:40pm28Si Enrichment for Quantum Computers Using Ion Implantation and Layer ExchangeElla SchneiderUniversity or Surrey
3:00pmLaser writing of solid state quantum defectsXingrui ChengUniversity of Oxford, UK
3:20pmTowards an all-diamond superconducting quantum platform: Optimising CVD plasma using 3D printed titanium cageYi JiangUniversity of Melbourne, Australia
4:20pmGeneration of tin-vacancy quantum emitters via laser annealing in diamondAndreas ThurnUniversity of Oxford, UK
4:40pmFormation efficiency of germanium-based colour centres in diamond upon nanoscale ion implantation and annealingVanna PuglieseUniversity of Torino, Italy
5:00pmHigh magnetic fields for control of dynamics in silicon donorsBen MurdinUniversity of Surrey
5:40pm Close

Friday 8th September

9:00amRefreshments & Pastries
9:20amHighly enriched silicon with sub-3 ppm residual 29Si from focused ion beams and large scale single donor arrays for robust solid-state qubits (Invited remote presentation)David Jamieson University of Melbourne, Australia
10:00amStrategic wafer-scale creation of telecom single-photon emitters in silicon for large-scale quantum photonic integrated circuits (Invited)Yonder BerencénHZDR, Germany
10:40am A new telecoms addressable spin centre in silicon with millisecond coherence timeMark HughesUniversity of Salford, UK
11:40amOptomechanical readout for donor spins in silicon via strain couplingHenry LyyraUniversity of Jyvänskylä, Finland
12:00amEnhanced collection efficiency from single colour centres in
aluminium nitride nanopillars
Huseyin Bilge YagciCardiff University, UK
12:20pm Focused Ion Beam Induced Strain of NanomembranesMateus MasteghinUniversity of Surrey
12:40pmEnhancement of Microwave to Optical Spin-Based Quantum Transduction via a Magnon ModeTharnier PuelUniversity of Iowa, US