A singlet-triplet hole spin qubit in planar Ge

Jirovec, Daniel and Hofmann, Andrea and Ballabio, Andrea and Mutter, Philipp M. and Tavani, Giulio and Botifoll, Marc and Crippa, Alessandro and Kukucka, Josip and Sagi, Oliver and Martins, Frederico and Saez-Mollejo, Jaime and Prieto, Ivan and Borovkov, Maksim and Arbiol, Jordi and Chrastina, Daniel and Isella, Giovanni and Katsaros, Georgios. (2021) A singlet-triplet hole spin qubit in planar Ge. Nature Materials, 20 (8). pp. 1106-1112.

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Spin qubits are considered to be among the most promising candidates for building a quantum processor. Group IV hole spin qubits are particularly interesting owing to their ease of operation and compatibility with Si technology. In addition, Ge offers the option for monolithic superconductorâEuro"semiconductor integration. Here, we demonstrate a hole spin qubit operating at fields below 10 mT, the critical field of Al, by exploiting the large out-of-plane hole g-factors in planar Ge and by encoding the qubit into the singlet-triplet states of a double quantum dot. We observe electrically controlled g-factor difference-driven and exchange-driven rotations with tunable frequencies exceeding 100 MHz and dephasing times of 1 $mu$s, which we extend beyond 150 $mu$s using echo techniques. These results demonstrate that Ge hole singlet-triplet qubits are competing with state-of-the-art GaAs and Si singlet-triplet qubits. In addition, their rotation frequencies and coherence are comparable with those of Ge single spin qubits, but singlet-triplet qubits can be operated at much lower fields, emphasizing their potential for on-chip integration with superconducting technologies.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Physik > Physik > Experimental Quantum Computing with Semiconductors (Hofmann)
UniBasel Contributors:Hofmann, Andrea
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:Nature Publishing Group
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