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Delivery not available. Pickup not available. Product Highlights Fib Nanostructures Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. This book offers comprehensive coverage of novel nanostructures fabricated by focused ion beam. It reviews a range of methods, including milling, etching, deposition, and implantation, applied to manipulate structures at the nanoscale.

About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Fib Nanostructures Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Customer Reviews. Write a review. Jahnke, K. Electron—phonon processes of the silicon-vacancy centre in diamond. Optical properties of the neutral silicon split-vacancy center in diamond.

B 84 , Schwartz, J. In situ optimization of co-implantation and substrate temperature conditions for nitrogen-vacancy center formation in single-crystal diamonds.

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Olivero, P. Characterization of three-dimensional microstructures in single-crystal diamond. Martin, J. Generation and detection of fluorescent color centers in diamond with submicron resolution. Jarmola, A. Longitudinal spin-relaxation in nitrogen-vacancy centers in electron irradiated diamond. Koike, J. Displacement threshold energy for type IIa diamond. Davies, G. Vacancy-related centers in diamond.

B 46 , — Evans, R. Narrow-linewidth homogeneous optical emitters in diamond nanostructures via silicon ion implantation. Li, L. Coherent spin control of a nanocavity-enhanced qubit in diamond. Nanofabrication on unconventional substrates using transferred hard masks. Mouradian, S. Scalable integration of long-lived quantum memories into a photonic circuit. X 5 , Abraham, J. Fabrication and characterization of a co-planar detector in diamond for low energy single ion implantation.

Chu, Y. Coherent optical transitions in implanted nitrogen vacancy centers. Iwasaki, T. Germanium-vacancy single color centers in diamond. Lienhard, B. Bright and photostable single-photon emitter in silicon carbide. Optica 3 , Benjamin, S. Prospects for measurement-based quantum computing with solid state spins. Laser Photon. Nemoto, K. Photonic architecture for scalable quantum information processing in diamond. X 4 , Kok, P. Linear optical quantum computing with photonic qubits. Li, Y. Resource costs for fault-tolerant linear optical quantum computing.

Azuma, K. All-photonic quantum repeaters. Pant, M. Rate-distance tradeoff and resource costs for all-optical quantum repeaters. Gard, B. Download references. We thank Daniel L. Perry for his assistance in performing the implantation. Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow , Russia,. Trusheim and Michael Walsh: These authors contributed equally to this work.

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Skip to main content. Subjects Optical properties of diamond Photonic crystals Quantum information. Abstract The controlled creation of defect centre—nanocavity systems is one of the outstanding challenges for efficiently interfacing spin quantum memories with photons for photon-based entanglement operations in a quantum network. Introduction A central goal in semiconductor quantum optics is to devise efficient interfaces between photons and atom-like quantum emitters for applications including quantum memories, single-photon sources and nonlinearities at the level of single quanta.

Figure 1: Targeted Si ion implantation into diamond and SiV defect properties. Full size image. Figure 2: Spatial precision of SiV creation. Figure 3: Si ion to SiV conversion yield.

Nanoscale electrical contacts grown by focused ion beam (FIB)-induced deposition

Figure 4: Electron co-implantation. Figure 5: Optical linewidth and coherence properties of SiV. Figure 6: SiV creation in photonic nanocavity. Discussion While we have demonstrated targeted creation of high-quality SiVs through FIB, there are several avenues for improvement. Analysis of spatial positioning precision To determine the spatial precision of the SiV implantation, we created and imaged a square array of SiV colour centres following the procedures in Methods A and D.

Analysis of targeted implantation accuracy To determine the positioning accuracy of the cavity-targeted SiV creation, we performed a spectrally resolved photoluminescence confocal scan at room temperature. Data availability The data that support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding author. References 1 Badolato, A.