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Research Projects


Our spintronics research investigates spin-orbit interaction related effects and is performed in strong collaborations with various partners worldwide. Beside internal collaboration within Hitachi we are working with groups from the Institute of Physics ASCR in Prague (Czech Republic), the Microelectronics Research Centre from the University of Cambridge (UK), the University of Nottingham (UK), the Texas A&M University in College Station (USA) and the Institut d'Electronique Fondamentale in Orsay (France).

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Quantum Information

Research at Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory focuses on both experimental and theoretical studies of spin qubits in silicon nano-FETs, single dopants and Topological Insulators

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Quantum Optics and Biosensors

We have an extensive optics lab where we explore optical technology for both quantum optics, and biosensing applications. Our research currently focuses on spin-photon interfaces based on cavity optomagnonics, and defects in wide band-gap semiconductors such as diamond, SiC, and hexagonal boron nitride. In the biosensors theme, high resolution printers are used to print biomolecules on photonic crystal structures.

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The Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory is well equiped for transport measurement including DC, AC and high frequency techniques and optical studies, all from room temperature down to mK using of the five cryostats.

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Latest News

Cryo-electronics for multiplexed dispersive readout

December 2021

Article published in Nature Electronics

A singlet-triplet hole spin qubit in Ge

July 2021

Article published in nature Materials

Quantum advantage in postselected metrology

July 2020

Article published in Nature Communications

Optical Gating in Hexagonal Boron Nitride

May 2020

Article published in Nanoletters

A new method for imaging and writing magnetic domains

November 2019

Article published in Nature Communications

Polaron spin dynamics

June 2019

Article published in Nature Physics

Quantum devices read by a dynamic random access architecture

June 2019

Article published in Nature Electronics

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Please come to our regular online seminars.

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