Last month we submitted a paper from my time in Paris describing the experiment I helped to build.
“An optical elevator for precise delivery of cold atoms using an acousto-optical deflector”
We recently submitted a paper for review from our Caesium experiment: https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.00825
This is gearing up to be a fruitful year with manuscripts from other experiments on Rb, K and simulated atoms also on their way….
I am very happy to report that the last part of my PhD work was accepted for publication in PRA this week. We report on the design of several new geoemetries in which one can trap ultracold atoms with magnetic chips.
Read the full article here: (for now just the preprint)
After an exciting month living effectively in three cities at the same time I arrived with my belongings in Glasgow. The city welcomed me with a sunny week full of cold atoms, badminton and some whisky!
I will be moving to Glasgow in September 2018 to work with 2D atomic lattices!
The Journal of Applied Physics has accepted our paper titled:
“Deposition and patterning of magnetic atom trap lattices in FePt films with periods down to 200nm”
On May 1st of 2018 we submitted the technical nano-fabrication work of my PhD research for peer review. The article was simultaneously published on arXiv under:
The fruitful work of a new collaboration between material scientists from Leuven and technicians from the Kavli cleamnroom in Delft resulted in the fabrication of our sub-wavelength magnetic lattices with which we hope to trap atoms at teh University of Amsterdam. Feel free to have a look at the paper!
I will defend my PhD thesis on February the 24th at 13:00.
All further information is availeble at arthurgaatpromoveren.nl
Today I started my new postdoc job in Paris at LKB (Lhomond) with Jakob Reichel and Romain Long. I will join their group for the next two years and hope to combine their special fiber cavities with an single atom microscope such that we can study and control strongly interacting chains atoms.
Our hope it to learn more about entanglement in strongly interacting systems by having control over individual atoms in the cavity enhanced lattice.