My research is focused on hybrid quantum systems. In particular my interest is aimed at coupling superconducting quantum circuits to spins systems such as nitrogen-vacancy defects in diamond. This solid-state quantum optics platform allows us to study fundamental quantum effects such a as superradiance and bistability. Furthermore, this coupled system allows us to realize quantum technologies, such as microwave photon detectors and frequency transducers.
- Superradiant emission from colour centres in diamond. Nature Physics 14, 1168-1172 (2018).
- Solid-state electron spin lifetime limited by phononic vacuum modes. Nature Materials 17, 313-317 (2018).
- Spectral hole burning and its application in microwave photonics. Nature Photonics 11, 36-39 (2017).
- Ultralong relaxation times in bistable hybrid quantum systems. Science Advances 3, e1701626 (2017).
- Coherent Coupling of Remote Spin Ensembles via a Cavity Bus. Physical Review Letters 118, 140502 (2017).
- Smooth Optimal Quantum Control for Robust Solid-State Spin Magnetometry. Physical Review Letters 115, 190801 (2015).
- Protecting a spin ensemble against decoherence in the strong-coupling regime of cavity QED. Nature Physics 10, 720-724 (2014).
- Cavity QED with magnetically coupled collective spin states. Physical Review Letters 107, 1-5 (2011).
- Coupling superconducting qubits via a cavity bus. Nature 449, 443-447 (2007).
- Strong coupling of a single photon to a superconducting qubit using circuit quantum electrodynamics. Nature 431, 159-162 (2004).