Diamond Device Fabrication for Quantum Information Processing and Sensing

EECS Doctoral Dissertations
Luozhou Li, MIT


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Luozhou Li received his BS in Optoelectronics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China) in 2009. He did his graduate studies at Columbia University, earning his MS in Electrical Engineering. He is getting his PhD in EECS from MIT. His research focuses on fabricating high-quality nanophotonic diamond devices containing NV centers as single photon sources. These devices use the NV’s long-lived electronic spin state and its optical addressability for applications in quantum information science and sensing. Recent recognitions include the 2013 EIPBN MicroGraph Contest Prize, the 2013 EGSC Professional Development Scholarship and the 2014 SPIE Optics & Photonics Education Scholarship.