Hybrid Quantum Systems

The recent developments in quantum science and technology now allow us to control systems at the quantum level, and we have began to see the quantum world in ways we have never imagine before. This research networks grand challenge is to create, manipulate and control quantum hybrid systems and explore their possibilities for quantum enabled technologies.

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Phonon transport in graphene elucidated using isotopic heterointerfaces
March 6, 2019


Takayuki Arie, Osaka Prefecture University

Since phonons are the main heat Continue reading

Optimization of temperature sensitivity using the optically detected magnetic resonance spectrum of a nitrogen-vacancy center ensemble.
February 25, 2019


Norikazu Mizuochi, Kyoto University

Temperature sensing with NV centers using quantum Continue reading

Anomalous phonon diffusion in isotopically disordered armchair-edge graphene nanoribbons
December 3, 2018


Nobuya Mori, Osaka University

It is possible to control the thermal Continue reading