A spin qubit flipping states also flips the field acting on nearby nuclear spins between
two orientations (shown as arrows). The nuclear spin vector follows a path conditional on the specific
trajectory of the qubit, so that they are entangled.

The slides and their accompanying material from the workshop, listed
according to the topic in the order they were presented:

INTRODUCTION
Philip Stamp's slides
Steve Hill's slides

Examples of magnetic molecules. Top: Fe8. Eight s=5/2 FeIII ions are forming a
total spin S=10 (six spins are parallel and antiparallel to the other two); middle: Ni12 with
a total spin S=12; bottom: Mn12 with a total spin S=10.