Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute are benefiting from the extremely robust nature of crystalline diamond materials to enable their research into application of hard X-ray transient grating spectroscopy on novel materials. See their associated [...]
Direct formation of nitrogen-vacancy centers in nitrogen doped diamond along the trajectories of swift heavy ions
An international team of researchers led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has discovered a way to use ion beams to create long strings of nitrogen vacancy “color center” qubits in diamond. See their [...]
GLCT’s technical founder and MSU professor Tim Grotjohn is a co-author on a publication demonstrating advanced III-V/diamond heterostructure based HBTs. Read the publication here.
Damage-free highly efficient plasma-assisted polishing of a 20-mm square large mosaic single crystal diamond substrate
A team of researchers led by Nian Liu of Osaka University has developed a damage-free plasma-assisted polishing technique for preparing the surface of large mosaic crystalline diamond wafers. See their associated publication at https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-76430-6
A Monolithic Wilkinson Power Divider on Diamond via a Combination of Additive Manufacturing and Thin-Film Process
GLCT’s technical founder and MSU professor Tim Grotjohn is a co-author on a publication demonstrates the fabrication process and RF testing of a monolithic Wilkinson power divider (WPD) on single-crystalline diamond (SCD). Read the publication [...]
GLCT co-founder and Michigan State University (MSU) Professor Tim Grotjohn and his colleagues at MSU and Fraunhofer USA Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies published a nice paper on advanced diamond transistor technology. The paper [...]
This 2015 article gives a snapshot of prior investment in diamond technology at Michigan State University - about 4 years before GLCT was launched in 2019. See the article here.