Our research is currently established at the Laboratoire Charles Coulomb (CNRS and University of Montpellier) within the Physics of excitons, photons and spins axis.

It explores and harnesses the quantum nature of single defects in semiconductor crystals. Such solid-state quantum systems provide unprecedented abilities for the emerging quantum technologies, in particular quantum sensing with unrivaled combination of precision and spatial accuracy.

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November 2019
Published in Nature Materials: Electric and antiferromagnetic chiral textures at multiferroic domain walls

October 2019
We welcome two new PhDs!
Maxime Rollo and Yoann Baron joined our group for a PhD in the team. Welcome to both of them!

September 2019
Published in Physical Review Materials: Shallow and deep levels in carbon-doped hexagonal boron nitride crystals

June 2019
Published in Diamond and Related Materials: Optimizing synthetic diamond samples for quantum sensing technologies by tuning the growth temperature

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