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9th International Conference on Smart Materials and Structures

Amsterdam, Netherlands

James C Sung

James C Sung

Synthetic Element Six (SES), Taiwan

Title: Graphene on Diamond (GOD)

Biography

Biography: James C Sung

Abstract

Graphene is the stretched diamond (111) plane graphene can be formed martensitic alloy without breaking the carbon bonds, on diamond surface by specialty heat treatment in vacuum. In this case, Graphene on Diamond (GOD) heteroepitaxy is similar to homo-epitaxy so the signal transmission is continuous. GOD is an ideal computational device as graphene contains the most eff ective transmission lattice, capable of terahertz communication by Mach 100 speed of phonon (lattice vibration). On the other hand, diamond is considered to be the most stable quantum computing solid due to its highest Debye temperature. During the quantum computing, the Q-bits must be entangled without atomic vibration, and diamond’s super hard lattice is capable to maintain this stability for milliseconds, even at room temperature. Diamond contains about 1% C13 isotope atoms in the lattice. Th ese atoms may be ion planted and heat treated to cluster as Q-bits. Th e superposition of spins from the extra neutron in the nuclei would be the best mechanism for Quantum computing. With about 50 Q-bits entangled in milliseconds while these Q-bits are stationary, the vast Computational possibilities can tackle even more diffi cult problems that for all human transistors combined. With GOD, the quantum computing can be initiated with graphene on cubical face (100) of diamond; and the Collapsed quantum waves may exit from octahedral face (111). Thus, GOD would be the dream AI chip that Outperforms even the smartest combinations of all current computers interconnected together.