Experiments

QUANTUM SCIENCE WITH STRONTIUM

We are using ultracold strontium to explore the frontiers of quantum science. Our team studies storing, transmitting, processing, and reading out quantum information using electronic states of trapped strontium as qubits. Qubits are manipulated with an ultracoherent clock laser, and two-qubit operations are performed with strongly interacting Rydberg states. Central to our experiment is an examination of fundamental questions about entanglement, light-matter interactions, quantum measurement, and more.

 

ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH INDIUM

For decades ultracold physics focused primarily on alkali metals and alkaline earths. However, recently there has been great interest in the atomic physics community for exploring new types of atoms in the ultracold regime. We share this ethusiasm, and thus we are studying atomic indium. Indium has many interesting properties at the single-atom level and in the bulk, and it could potentially be used for quantum simulations of exotic many-body systems.

QUANTUM SCIENCE WITH STRONTIUM

We are using ultracold strontium to explore the frontiers of quantum science. Our team studies storing, transmitting, processing, and reading out quantum information using electronic states of trapped strontium as qubits. Qubits are manipulated with an ultracoherent clock laser, and two-qubit operations are performed with strongly interacting Rydberg states. Central to our experiment is an examination of fundamental questions about entanglement, light-matter interactions, quantum measurement, and more.

 

ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH INDIUM

For decades ultracold physics focused primarily on alkali metals and alkaline earths. However, recently there has been great interest in the atomic physics community for exploring new types of atoms in the ultracold regime. We share this ethusiasm, and thus we are studying atomic indium. Indium has many interesting properties at the single-atom level and in the bulk, and it could potentially be used for quantum simulations of exotic many-body systems.

QUANTUM SCIENCE WITH STRONTIUM

We are using ultracold strontium to explore the frontiers of quantum science. Our team studies storing, transmitting, processing, and reading out quantum information using electronic states of trapped strontium as qubits. Qubits are manipulated with an ultracoherent clock laser, and two-qubit operations are performed with strongly interacting Rydberg states. Central to our experiment is an examination of fundamental questions about entanglement, light-matter interactions, quantum measurement, and more.

ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH INDIUM

For decades ultracold physics focused primarily on alkali metals and alkaline earths. However, recently there has been great interest in the atomic physics community for exploring new types of atoms in the ultracold regime. We share this ethusiasm, and thus we are studying atomic indium. Indium has many interesting properties at the single-atom level and in the bulk, and it could potentially be used for quantum simulations of exotic many-body systems.

Theory

QUANTUM OPTICS FOR NOVEL TECHNOLOGY

Quantum optics is the physics of light and light-matter interactions at the quantum scale. Our team is focused on using the theory of quantum optics to design technology that has a quantum advantage over classical systems. We enjoy problems that are both theoretically novel and that result in practical devices that can straightforwardly be realised in labs.

QUANTUM METROLOGY AND QUANTUM MEASUREMENT

Quantum metrology is perhaps the most mature and successful branch of quantum technology. In particular, highly accurate atomic clocks have revolutionized the modern world. We are interested in using the theoretical tools of quantum and classical optics, quantum information, and atomic physics to enable more precise measurements, improve global timekeeping, and create new methods of sensing physical processes.

QUANTUM OPTICS FOR NOVEL TECHNOLOGY

Quantum optics is the physics of light and light-matter interactions at the quantum scale. Our team is focused on using the theory of quantum optics to design technology that has a quantum advantage over classical systems. We enjoy problems that are both theoretically novel and that result in practical devices that can straightforwardly be realised in labs.

QUANTUM METROLOGY AND QUANTUM MEASUREMENT

Quantum metrology is perhaps the most mature and successful branch of quantum technology. In particular, highly accurate atomic clocks have revolutionized the modern world. We are interested in using the theoretical tools of quantum and classical optics, quantum information, and atomic physics to enable more precise measurements, improve global timekeeping, and create new methods of sensing physical processes.

QUANTUM OPTICS FOR NOVEL TECHNOLOGY

Quantum optics is the physics of light and light-matter interactions at the quantum scale. Our team is focused on using the theory of quantum optics to design technology that has a quantum advantage over classical systems. We enjoy problems that are both theoretically novel and that result in practical devices that can straightforwardly be realized in labs.

QUANTUM METROLOGY AND QUANTUM MEASUREMENT

Quantum metrology is perhaps the most mature and successful branch of quantum technology. In particular, highly accurate atomic clocks have revolutionized the modern world. We are interested in using the theoretical tools of quantum and classical optics, quantum information, and atomic physics to enable more precise measurements, improve global timekeeping, and create new methods of sensing physical processes.