People: David Levonian

Graduate Student
Publications
  1. E. Knall, C. Knaut, R. Bekenstein, P. Stroganov, Y.Q. Huan, D. Levonian, H. Park, M. Bhaskar, M. Lukin, Daniel R. Assumpcao, Wenjie Gong, Pieter-Jan Stas, Bartholomeus Machielse, Michelle Chalupnik, Aziza Suleymanzade, Ralf Riedinger, and Marko Loncar. Efficient Source of Shaped Single Photons Based on an Integrated Diamond Nanophotonic System. ArXiv 2022.
  2. D. Levonian, B. Machielse, E. Knall, M. Bhaskar, C. Knaut, R. Bekenstein, H. Park, M. Lukin, Ralf Riedinger, and Marko Loncar. Optical Entanglement of Distinguishable Quantum Emitters. ArXiv 2021.
  3. M. Bhaskar, B. Machielse, D. Levonian, C. Nguyen, E. Knall, P. Stroganov, H. Park, D. Englund, D. Sukachev, M. Lukin, R. Riedinger, and M. Loncar. Experimental demonstration of memory-enhanced quantum communication. Nature, 580:60–64, 2020.
  4. M. Goldman, T. Patti, D. Levonian, S. Yelin, M. Lukin, Optical Control of a Single Nuclear Spin in the Solid State. Physical Review Letters, 124(153203), April 2020.
  5. C. Nguyen, D. Sukachev, M. Bhaskar, B. Machielse, D. Levonian, E. Knall, P. Stroganov, M. Burek, H. Park, M. Lukin, C. Chia, R. Riedinger, and M. Lončar. An integrated nanophotonic quantum register based on silicon-vacancy spins in diamond. Phys. Rev. B, 100(165428), 2019.
  6. A. Kawasaki, B. Braverman, E. Pedrozo, C. Shu, S. Colombo, Z. Li, I. Ozel, W. Chen, D. Levonian, Y. Xiao, V. Vuletic, L. Salvi, A. Heinz, and D. Akamatsu. Geometrically asymmetric optical cavity for strong atom-photon coupling. Phys Rev A January 2019.
  7. C. Nguyen, D. Sukachev, M. Bhaskar, D. Levonian, E. Knall, P. Stroganov, H. Park, M. Lukin, R. Riedinger, and M. Lončar. Quantum network nodes based on diamond qubits with an efficient nanophotonic interface. Phys. Rev. Lett., 123(183602), 2019.
Past Events
Tue March 2, 2021 4:00 pm
Location:Zoom
The silicon-vacancy center (SiV) in diamond is a promising candidate for scalable quantum information processing, offering long-lived spin memories, high-fidelity local operations, and optical connectivity for long range entanglement. One near-term application of quantum networks of SiVs is device-independent quantum key distribution (DI-QKD). DI-QKD allows two parties that share quantum entangled spins to communicate with...
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