## M.H.M.A. Abobeih

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Single electron spins coupled to multiple nuclear spins provide promising multi-qubit registers for quantum sensing and quantum networks. The obtainable level of control is determined by how well the electron spin can be selectively coupled to, and decoupled from, the surround ...

Solid-state spin qubits is a promising platform for quantum computation and quantum networks^{1,2}. Recent experiments have demonstrated high-quality control over multi-qubit systems^{3–8}, elementary quantum algorithms^{8–11} and non-fault-tolerant err
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Spins associated with single defects in solids provide promising qubits for quantum-information processing and quantum networks. Recent experiments have demonstrated long coherence times, high-fidelity operations, and long-range entanglement. However, control has so far been l ...

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a powerful method for determining the structure of molecules and proteins^{1}. Whereas conventional NMR requires averaging over large ensembles, recent progress with single-spin quantum sensors^{2–9} has created the prospect
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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a powerful method for determining the structure of molecules and proteins^{1}. Whereas conventional NMR requires averaging over large ensembles, recent progress with single-spin quantum sensors^{2–9} has created the prospect
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