The newly established low-temperature cavity QED laboratory at CSIRO Lindfield complements the facilities and experiments of the Nanodiamond 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 centers. 

Last updated 9 May 2016
Last reviewed 7 July 2015

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