Post doc position on strontium Optical Lattice Clocks

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SYRTE, Paris Observatory
15 January, 2015


SYRTE, Paris Observatory Paris
48° 51' 23.8104" N, 2° 21' 7.9992" E

We are opening a post-doc position at SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, on strontium Optical Lattice Clocks. The research project aims at implementing a non-destructive detection of populations of lattice-trapped atoms. The scheme is based on a high finesse 2-color cavity, in which the lattice light (813 nm) and the detection light (461 nm) are overlapped. This approach can potentially lead to an almost continuous probing of the atomic "clock" transition (at 698 nm).

Please contact jerome [dot] lodewyck [at] obspm [dot] fr and rodolphe [dot] letargat [at] obspm [dot] fr for further details, the job description can be found on the SYRTE website:

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