Work Package 1

Cold ion chemistry within the orbit of a Rydberg electron

Date: 
2017-01-23
Author(s): 

F. Merkt (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
Physics Colloquium, Technical University of Kaiserslautern
Format: 
Invited Talk

Towards coupling Rydberg atoms to superconducting qubits in 2D coplanar resonators or 3D cavities

Date: 
2016-02-03 - 2016-02-05
Author(s): 

S. Garcia, M. Stammeier, T. Thiele, J. A. Agner, J. Deiglmayr, F. Merkt, and A. Wallraff (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
6th NCCR QSIT General Meeting 2016, Arosa, Switzerland
Format: 
Poster

Imaging static and microwave electric fields in a cryogenic environment using Rydberg atoms

Date: 
2016-02-04
Author(s): 

T. Thiele, J. Deiglmayr, S. Garcia, M. Stammeier, J. A. Agner, H. Schmutz, F. Merkt, and A. Wallraff (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
NCCR QSIT General Meeting 2016, Arosa, Switzerland, February 5, 2016
Format: 
Talk

Cavity dispersive shift induced by Rydberg atoms

Date: 
2016-11-03
Author(s): 

S. Garcia, M. Stammeier, T. Thiele, J. Deiglmayr, J. A. Agner, H. J. Schmutz, F. Merkt, and A. Wallraff (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
NCCR QSIT Lunch Seminar, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Format: 
Talk

Cavity quantum electrodynamics provide a very powerful way to measure light states with atoms or atoms states with light via quantum non-demolition measurements. We present an experiment where the transmission of a weak probe through a microwave cavity allows to measure the dispersive shift induced by Rydberg atoms.

Heiner Saßmannshausen - Winner of the Best Poster Award at the Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society 2015

Heiner Saßmannshausen (ETHZ) is the winner of the SCS-DSM (Swiss Chemical Society –  Dutch State Mines) best poster award of the Physical Chemistry Session for his poster “Photoassociation of cesium atoms upon Rydberg excitation in a dense ultracold gas” at the Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society in Lausanne, Switzerland, on September 4, 2015.

Prof. Dr. Frédéric Merkt - Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS)

Prof. Dr. Frédéric Merkt (ETHZ) has been elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) “for outstanding contributions to the research of chemical physics, spectroscopy, and quantum dynamics of atomic and molecular Rydberg states and the related ions” by the American Physical Society (APS), College Park (Maryland), USA, on September 30, 2016.

Measuring the dispersive interaction of an ensemble of Rydberg atoms with a cavity mode using circuit QED techniques

Date: 
2017-03-13 - 2017-03-17
Author(s): 

M. Stammeier, S. Garcia, T. Thiele, J. A. Agner, H. Schmutz, J. Deiglmayr, F. Merkt, and A. Wallraff (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting, New Orleans (LA), USA
Format: 
Talk

The future of quantum information

Date: 
2016-11-22
Author(s): 

A. Wallraff (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
WIS-ETHZ Quantum Workshop, Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS), Rehovot, Israel
Format: 
Talk

Long-range and ultra-long-range Rydberg molecules

Date: 
2016-09-27
Author(s): 

J. Deiglmayr (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
Physical Chemistry Colloquium, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Format: 
Invited Talk

Long-range molecules correlated to electronically highly excited states in Cs

Date: 
2016-09-15
Author(s): 

H. Saßmannshausen, J. Deiglmayr, and F. Merkt (ETHZ)

Conference/Workshop/Place: 
Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS), UZH Irchel Campus, Zurich, Switzerland
Format: 
Poster
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