Andrea Albino

Andrea Albino
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | HU Berlin · Department of Physics

Doctor of Philosophy
FAIRmat project, implementation and operation of NOMAD materials database (https://nomad-lab.eu/)

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November 2018 - present
University of Florence
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  • PhD Student

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Molecular multi-spin systems acting as potential quantum gates require fine-tuning magnetic interactions to achieve single spin addressability and entanglement of the spin qubits. We report here the synthesis of a new singly linked vanadyl-porphyrin dimer that crystallizes in two different pseudo-polymorphs. The single crystal continuous-wave Elect...
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We report here the synthesis of a new meso-meso (m-m) singly linked vanadyl-porphyrin dimer that crystallizes in two different pseudo-polymorphs. The single crystal continuous-wave electron paramagnetic resonance investigation evidences a small but crucial isotropic exchange interaction, J, between the two tilted, and thus distinguishable, spin cen...
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Correction for ‘An exchange coupled meso – meso linked vanadyl porphyrin dimer for quantum information processing’ by Davide Ranieri et al. , Chem. Sci. , 2022, https://doi.org/10.1039/d2sc04969d.
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Molecular electronic spins are good candidates as qubits since they are characterized by a large tunability of their electronic and magnetic properties through a rational chemical design. Coordination compounds of light transition metals are promising systems for spin-based quantum information technologies, thanks to their long spin coherence times...
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We report here a comprehensive characterization of a 3d organometallic complex, [V(Cp)2Cl2] (Cp = cyclopentadienyl), which can be considered as a prototypical multilevel nuclear qudit (nuclear spin I = 7/2) hyperfine coupled to an electronic qubit (electronic spin S = 1/2). By combining complementary magnetic resonant techniques, such as pulsed ele...
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The selection of molecular spin qubits with a long coherence time, Tm, is a central task for implementing molecule-based quantum technologies. Even if a sufficiently long Tm can be achieved through an efficient synthetic strategy and ad hoc experimental measurement procedures, many factors contributing to the loss of coherence still need to be thor...
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Paramagnetic molecules can show long spin-coherence times, which make them good candidates as quantum bits (qubits). Reducing the efficiency of the spin-phonon interaction is the primary challenge toward achieving long coherence times over a wide temperature range in soft molecular lattices. The lack of a microscopic understanding about the role of...
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Paramagnetic molecules can show long spin-coherence times, which make them good candidates as quantum bits. Reducing the efficiency of the spin-phonon interaction is the primary challenge towards achieving long coherence times over a wide temperature range in soft molecular lattices. The lack of a microscopic understanding about the role of vibrati...
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In the search for long-lived quantum coherence in spin systems, vanadium(IV) complexes have shown record phase memory times among molecular systems. When nuclear spin-free ligands are employed, vanadium(IV) complexes can show at low temperature sufficiently long quantum coherence times, Tm, to perform quantum operations, but their use in real devic...

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Study of magnetic molecules at the interfaces by computational methods.