Amanuel M. Berhane, Kwang‑Yong Jeong, Zoltán Bodrog, Saskia Fiedler,
Tim Schröder, Noelia Vico Triviño, Tomás Palacios, Adam Gali, Milos Toth,
Dirk Englund, and Igor Aharonovich
DOI: 10.1002/adma.201605092
Room-temperature quantum emitters in gallium nitride (GaN) are reported. The emitters originate from cubic inclusions in hexagonal lattice and exhibit narrowband luminescence in the red spectral range. The sources are found in different GaN substrates, and therefore are promising for scalable quantum technologies.