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Physics Graduate Student Symposium | Multidimensional Spectroscopy of Color Centers in Diamond

Matt Day (U-M Physics)

Color centers in diamond are a broad class of optically accessible physical systems which, by virtue of being embedded crystal defects in the diamond lattice, are relatively isolated from the macroscopic environment. This makes them promising candidates for a variety of applications from precision metrology to quantum information processing. One key to realizing these applications is a detailed understanding of the electron dynamics that govern the opto-electronic properties of color centers. I will present our recent work studying silicon–vacancy centers with multidimensional coherent spectroscopy, discuss the implications of these results for proposed silicon–vacancy center applications, and mention a few exciting new directions of study in the world of color center spectroscopy.

Talks will be given each Wednesday and will be 30 minutes in length, with time after for questions. Lunch will be served at 11:45 and talks will begin at 12:00. Unless otherwise noted, they will be held in 340 West Hall.
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When and Where

Map West Hall - 340

May 2018

12:00pm - 12:30pm

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