Addressable spin control with phosphorus donor molecules

Samuel Hile

University of Sussex

Sam is a research fellow at the University of Sussex in the UK, working on (almost) laser-free trapped ion quantum computing. Before this, Sam worked on donor spin qubits in silicon as part of the Australian Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, in Michelle Simmons' group at UNSW in Sydney. He is interested in exploring the similarities and differences across different physical quantum information platforms.


Introduction Donor atoms in silicon are attractive as the basis of a solid-state quantum computer, because they combine the long-lived quantum memory of a nuclear spin with the rapid control and strong interactions possible... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Samuel Hile (University of Sussex)
  2. Lukas Fricke (University of New South Wales)
  3. Matthew House (University of New South Wales)
  4. Rajib Rahman (Purdue University)
  5. Michelle Simmons (University of New South Wales)

Topic Areas

Quantum information processing and computing , Solid states and hybrid systems


OS3b-R235A » Quantum information processing and computing (16:40 - Friday, 7th September, Room 235A)

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