The Low-Temperature Cavity QED Lab

The Low-Temperature Cavity QED Laboratory at CSIRO Lindfield complements the facilities/experiments of the Diamond Nanoscience Laboratory at Macquarie University. The Lindfield Laboratory provides excellent environmental conditions and great stability for carrying out experiments with solid-state emitters coupled to semi-integrated fibre cavities at liquid-helium temperatures. Besides the low-T optical fibre-cavity microscope, the lab houses two widely tunable high-power laser systems (cw and pulsed) and a high-resolution spectrometer for carrying out cavity QED studies of low-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures and diamond colour centres such as NV and SiV centres.

Last updated 31 January 2018
Last reviewed 31 January 2018

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Australian Research Council