H2020

Talk by Antoine Browaeys: “Experimental many-body physics using arrays of individual Rydberg atoms”

Gordon Conference in Atomic Physics, Salve Regina University, Newport RI (USA), june 11-16, 2017

Talk by Antoine Browaeys: “Experimental many-body physics using arrays of individual Rydberg atoms”

Workshop “Quantum light-matter interactions in low dimensions”, ICFO, Castelldefels (Spain), May 4-7, 2017

Talk by Antoine Browaey: “Experimental many-body physics using arrays of individual Rydberg atoms”

Workshop “From few to many: exploring quantum systems one atom at a time”, Obergurgl (Austria), April 10-13, 2017

Optical Control of the Resonant Dipole-Dipole Interaction between Rydberg Atoms

Date: 
2017-08-02
Author(s): 

Sylvain de Léséleuc, Daniel Barredo, Vincent Lienhard, Antoine Browaeys, & Thierry Lahaye

Reference: 

Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 053202 (2017)

We report on the local control of the transition frequency of a spin 1/

Quantum Spin Lenses in Atomic Arrays

Date: 
2017-09-20
Author(s): 

A. Glätzle, K. Ender, D. S. Wild, S. Choi, H. Pichler, M. Lukin, P. Zoller

Reference: 

Phys. Rev. X 7, 31049 (2017)

We propose and discuss quantum spin lenses, where quantum states of delocalized spin excitations in an atomic medium are focused in space in a coherent quantum process down to (essentially) single atoms. These can be employed to create controlled interactions in a quantum light-matter interface, where photonic qubits stored in an atomic ensemble are mapped to a quantum register represented by single atoms. We propose Hamiltonians for quantum spin lenses as inhomogeneous spin models on lattices, which can be realized with Rydberg atoms in 1D, 2D, and 3D, and with strings of trapped ions.

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