We are eager to tackle open questions and challenges in the following research areas:
How fast? How accurate? How many? New strategies for manipulating quantum states are key to overcoming the obstacles of decoherence, error and scalability.
The atomic-scale dimensions, wide bandwidth and robust solid-state form factor of quantum defects have opened unprecedented opportunities for quantum sensing – notably, of quantum materials in the defect’s proximity.
Using an NV center on an atomic force microscope tip, magnetic fields can be imaged with nanoscale spatial resolution, potentially revealing spin and current flow patterns in materials or signaling pathways in biological systems.