Roadmap on quantum nanotechnologies
Laucht, A., Hohls, F., Ubbelohde, N., Gonzalez-Zalba, M. F., Reilly, D. J., Stobbe, S., Schröder, T., Scarlino, P., Koski, J. V., Dzurak, A., Yang, C.-H., Yoneda, J., Kuemmeth, F., Bluhm, H., Pla, J., Hill, C., Salfi, J., Oiwa, A., Muhonen, J. T., . . . Baugh, J. (2021). Roadmap on quantum nanotechnologies. Nanotechnology, 32(16), Article 162003. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6528/abb333
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Quantum phenomena are typically observable at length and time scales smaller than those of our everyday experience, often involving individual particles or excitations. The past few decades have seen a revolution in the ability to structure matter at the nanoscale, and experiments at the single particle level have become commonplace. This has opened wide new avenues for exploring and harnessing quantum mechanical effects in condensed matter. These quantum phenomena, in turn, have the potential to revolutionize the way we communicate, compute and probe the nanoscale world. Here, we review developments in key areas of quantum research in light of the nanotechnologies that enable them, with a view to what the future holds. Materials and devices with nanoscale features are used for quantum metrology and sensing, as building blocks for quantum computing, and as sources and detectors for quantum communication. They enable explorations of quantum behaviour and unconventional states in nano- and opto-mechanical systems, low-dimensional systems, molecular devices, nano-plasmonics, quantum electrodynamics, scanning tunnelling microscopy, and more. This rapidly expanding intersection of nanotechnology and quantum science/technology is mutually beneficial to both fields, laying claim to some of the most exciting scientific leaps of the last decade, with more on the horizon. ...
JulkaisijaInstitute of Physics
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Lisätietoja rahoituksestaThis work is part of the research programme of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), and supported an NWO-Vidi grant, by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant agreement No. 732894 (FET Proactive HOT), and by Academy of Finland Grant No. 321416
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