[Press Release] How Flawed Diamonds “Lead” to Flawless Quantum Networks
The 4th Quantum Solid Flagship Seminar
Tokyo Tech Y. Hatano’s paper on “Simultaneous thermometry and magnetometry using a fiber-coupled qua...
Tokyo Tech T. M. Hoang’s paper on “Thermometric quantum sensor using excited state of si...
Development of innovative sensor systems by highly sophisticated control of solid quantum sensors
Building a co-creative center to conduct collaborative R&D seamlessly from physics to applications of innovative solid quantum sensor systems. Developing prototypes of quantum sensors by utilizing diamond NV center (nitrogen–vacancy pair), whose spin coherence is excellent even at room temperature in the atmosphere and whose quantum states can be initialized and read out by light.
Basic Foundation Research
・Development of photon-number-resolving quantum nano-photonics
・Development of quantum atomic magnetometer with dual quantum noise squeezing
・Development of Spectroscopic techniques based on cutting-edge
quantum optics toward elucidating functions of complex molecular systems
・Research on quantum sensing devices using quantum entangled photons
・Material science of complex defects for highly-sensitive quantum sensors
・Development of next generation high-performance inertial quantum sensors