I am currently an assistant staff scientist at Argonne National Laboratory. I obtained my PhD from the University of Cambridge where I investigated the optical and spin properties of novel color centers in diamond, namely the SiV and SnV centers. I then joined Harvard University as a Marie Sklodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow, working on interfacing the SiV spin with mechanical vibrations, and Delft University of Technology on many-body physics with nuclear spin ensembles in diamond. My current research focuses on interfacing spins with mechanics for quantum technologies.
Microwave-based quantum control and coherence protection of tin-vacancy spin qubits in a strain-tuned diamond membrane heterostructure
X. Guo, A. M. Stramma, Z. Li, W. G. Roth, B. Huang, Y. Jin, R. A. Parker, J. A. Martínez, N. Shofer, C. P. Michaels, C. P. Purser, M. H. Appel, E. M. Alexeev, T. Liu, A. C. Ferrari, D. D. Awschalom, N. Delegan, B. Pingault, G. Galli, F. J. Heremans, M. Atatüre, A. A. High. Microwave-based quantum control and coherence protection of tin-vacancy spin qubits in a strain-tuned diamond membrane heterostructure. 2023. arXiv:2307.11916.