Electron-Mediated Nuclear-Spin Interactions between Distant Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers


A Bermudez, F Jelezko, MB Plenio, and A Retzker. 10/3/2011. “Electron-Mediated Nuclear-Spin Interactions between Distant Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers.” Physical Review Letters, 107, 15. Publisher's Version


We propose a scheme enabling controlled quantum coherent interactions between separated nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond in the presence of strong magnetic fluctuations. The proposed scheme couples nuclear qubits employing the magnetic dipole-dipole interaction between the electron spins and, crucially, benefits from the suppression of the effect of environmental magnetic field fluctuations thanks to a strong microwave driving. This scheme provides a basic building block for a full-scale quantum-information processor or quantum simulator based on solid-state technology.
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