Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate spectral tuning of the optical transitions of the germanium vacancy (GeV) center using strain in a diamond microcantilever. The GeV shows a large strain susceptibility on the order of PHz/strain. Spectral alignment of two initially spectrally separated GeVs is achieved.

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