Hybridization of quantum systems: coupling nitrogen–vacancy (NV) centers in diamond to superconducting circuits

R. Amsüss,    Technische Universität Wien, Austria

S. Saito and W.J. Munro,    NTT Corporation, Japan


The negatively charged nitrogen–vacancy (NV) center in diamond has gained a lot of attention owing to its unique properties. Applications have been found in the fields of spintronics, quantum metrology, quantum information processing and quantum computation. The development of moderate-scale quantum devices requires stable quantum bits in which we can process, store and transport quantum information. Superconducting circuits are well known for their processing ability, while the electron spins of nitrogen–vacancy centers in ...

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