Advanced Light Source at sunset facing the San Francisco Bay. The Joint Genome Institute building at twilight. Molecular Foundry surrounded by morning fog. Shyh Wang Hall at sunset. Shyh Wang Hall entrance in the evening. Group photo. (Left to right: Thomas Schenkel, Takeshi Katayanagi, Qing Ji, Arun Persaud, Kaushalya Jhuria, Wei Liu, Liang Tan, Yertay Zhiyenbayev, and Walid Redjem). Cameron Geddes, a dark-haired person wearing a black suit, poses for a headshot.

Researchers in Berkeley Lab’s Accelerator Technology & Applied Physics (ATAP) Division, Molecular Foundry, and National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center have recently demonstrated a more effective technique for creating quantum emitters using pulsed ion beams, deepening our understanding of how quantum emitters are formed.

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