MRS Meetings and Events

 

QT07.03.01 2022 MRS Spring Meeting

Chemical Synthesis for the Creation of Atomically Precise Qubits

When and Where

May 10, 2022
3:30pm - 4:00pm

Hawai'i Convention Center, Level 3, 305B

Presenter

Co-Author(s)

Danna Freedman1,Daniel Laorenza1,Michael Wojnar1,Sam Bayliss2,Berk Diler2,Peter Mintun2,David Awschalom2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology1,The University of Chicago2

Abstract

Danna Freedman1,Daniel Laorenza1,Michael Wojnar1,Sam Bayliss2,Berk Diler2,Peter Mintun2,David Awschalom2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology1,The University of Chicago2
Chemistry enables the construction of atomically precise units which are tunable and chemically identical. We harness this structural control for the synthesis of materials for quantum information science. Within quantum information science an area with particular promise for molecular chemistry is quantum sensing. Sensing is inherently analyte specific, and molecules can be tuned towards different analytes and environments - for example imbuing a molecule with water solubility for biocompatibility. Recent results on molecules for quantum information science will be presented, in particular research on optical read-out of spin information in molecules - the molecular analogue of color centers.

Keywords

chemical synthesis

Symposium Organizers

Andre Schleife, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Chitraleema Chakraborty, University of Delaware
Jeffrey McCallum, University of Melbourne
Bruno Schuler, Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology

Publishing Alliance

MRS publishes with Springer Nature