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LaMM Laboratorio di Magnetismo Molecolare

Coherent Molecular Spins

 

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Quantum information technology, one of the pillars of the technological revolution that is foreseen for the next decades, has its core in the quantum bit, or qubit, i.e., a two states quantum−mechanical system able to be placed in a state of coherent superposition of these two states. Physical realizations of qubits can be found in many systems, but recently magnetic molecules have attracted the interest thanks to their chemical tunability. The group is focusing on: (i) fundamental mechanisms governing the spin dynamics for a rational design of molecular qubits; (ii) their assembling on surfaces to achieve single molecule addressing; (iii) the synthesis of multi-spin systems to realize quantum gates.

 

 

Team

Roberta Sessoli (Principal Investigator)

Lorenzo Sorace

Matteo Atzori (Post-doc)

Marie Emmanuelle Boulon (Post-doc)

Irene Cimatti (Post-doc)

Lorenzo Tesi (PhD student)

 

IN EVIDENCE:

 

Structural Effects on the Spin Dynamics of Potential Molecular Qubits

Inorg. Chem. 2018

 

M. Atzori , S. Benci , E. Morra, L. Tesi, M. Chiesa, R. Torre, L. Sorace, and R. Sessoli

Spin Dynamics and Low Energy Vibrations qubits

Spin Dynamics and Low Energy Vibrations: Insights from Vanadyl-Based Potential Molecular Qubits

 J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017

 
Quantum Coherence Times Enhancement Molecular Qubits

Quantum Coherence Times Enhancement in Vanadium(IV)-based Potential Molecular Qubits: the Key Role of the Vanadyl Moiety

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016

Room-Temperature Quantum Coherence and Rabi Oscillations

Room-Temperature Quantum Coherence and Rabi Oscillations in Vanadyl Phthalocyanine: Toward Multifunctional Molecular Spin Qubits

 J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016

 

 
last update: 10-Apr-2018
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