Integrating diamond with GaN photonic device

Paul Hill, Hangyu Liu, Ross Leyman, Erdan Gu, Martin Dawson, Michael Strain

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Abstract

The nitrogen vacancy is a photostable emitter in diamond which is optically accessible at room temperature and a potential candidate for quantum information processing as a spin register. The challenge facing research today is the efficient collection and manipulation of the NV’s emissions, such as enhancing the zero phonon line transitions for a coherent spin-photon interface. This project focuses on integrating ultra-thin diamond membranes with established photonic devices. By bonding the diamond to GaN, for example, mode simulations show that light can be coupled significantly into and out of the defect allowing processing across large area PICs.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 5 Apr 2017
Event8th SU2P Annual Symposium - Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: 5 Apr 20176 Apr 2017

Conference

Conference8th SU2P Annual Symposium
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period5/04/176/04/17

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diamonds
photonics
registers
manipulators
emitters
membranes
nitrogen
defects
photons
room temperature
simulation

Keywords

  • photonics
  • GaN device
  • diamond optics

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Hill, P., Liu, H., Leyman, R., Gu, E., Dawson, M., & Strain, M. (2017). Integrating diamond with GaN photonic device. Poster session presented at 8th SU2P Annual Symposium, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Hill, Paul ; Liu, Hangyu ; Leyman, Ross ; Gu, Erdan ; Dawson, Martin ; Strain, Michael. / Integrating diamond with GaN photonic device. Poster session presented at 8th SU2P Annual Symposium, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.1 p.
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