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« Exploiting impurities in diamond for nanoscale measurements »

Isabelle Robert-Philip, CNRS, Université de Montpellier, Laboratoire Charles Coulomb

Isabelle Robert-Philip has been a CNRS researcher since 2000. Her main research topics focus on the experimental investigation and use of quantum effects in solid-state materials for quantum communications and quantum sensing. At Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures in Marcoussis, she investigated the engineering of sources of single photons out of semiconductor quantum dots, the physics that rules lasers at nanoscale as well as light-matter interaction in optomechanical resonators. She joined the L2C in 2016. She currently studies point defects in solid-state materials for engineering of sources of single photons and for extending the sensing modalities of NV defects in diamond beyond magnetometry. In 2021, she created and now manages, with two colleagues in Toulouse, the Institute for Quantum Technologies. This research network in the Occitanie Region gathers teams from 14 laboratories carrying research on challenges in quantum material and devices, quantum communication, quantum sensing and quantum simulation.