Near perfect particle-hole symmetry in graphene quantum dots

Researchers at RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum J├╝lich have uncovered important characteristics of double quantum dots in bilayer graphene, an increasingly promising material for possible applications in quantum technologies. The team has demonstrated near-perfect particle-hole symmetry in graphene quantum dots, which could lead to more efficient quantum information processing. The study has been published in Nature.  

Artist impression of bilayer graphene hosting a symmetric electron-hole double quantum dot, where the electron and hole are located on the different layers. Credit: Sebastian Staacks
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