Junhee Choi

june, 2021

18jun1:30 pm2:30 pmJunhee ChoiCalifornia Institute of Technology1:30 pm - 2:30 pm KST ZOOM Application

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Junhee Choi

Academic Affiliation: IQIM Postdoctoral Scholar, California Institute of Technology

Date and Time of the Talk: June 18th, 2021; 13:30 – 14:30

Quantum Metrology with Strongly Interacting Spin Systems

Quantum metrology is a powerful tool for explorations of fundamental physical phenomena and applications in material science and biochemical analysis. While in principle the sensitivity can be improved by increasing the density of sensing particles, in practice this improvement is severely hindered by interactions between them. Here, using a dense ensemble of interacting electronic spins in diamond, we demonstrate a novel approach to quantum metrology to surpass such limitations. It is based on a new method of robust quantum control, which allows us to simultaneously suppress the undesired effects associated with spin-spin interactions, disorder, and control imperfections, enabling a significant enhancement in coherence time compared to the state-of-the-art control sequences. Combined with optimal spin state initialization and readout directions, this allows us to achieve an ac magnetic field sensitivity well beyond the previous limit imposed by interactions, opening a new regime of high-sensitivity solid-state ensemble magnetometers.


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