Experiment

ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH INDIUM

For decades, ultracold physics focused on alkalis, alkaline earths, and dipolar lanthanides. Our team is the first to extend ultracold science to triel elements, which are atoms in Main Group III of the Periodic Table. Triels are multipurpose atoms with many useful properties only found in isolation in other types of ultracold systems, such as magnetic Feshbach resonances, optical clock transitions, microwave resonances, spinor gas capabilities, anisotropic atom-light interactions, and more. The result is a rich quantum system capable of a high degree of quantum control.

ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH INDIUM

For decades, ultracold physics focused on alkalis, alkaline earths, and dipolar lanthanides. Our team is the first to extend ultracold science to triel elements, which are atoms in Main Group III of the Periodic Table. Triels are multipurpose atoms with many useful properties only found in isolation in other types of ultracold systems, such as magnetic Feshbach resonances, optical clock transitions, microwave resonances, spinor gas capabilities, anisotropic atom-light interactions, and more. The result is a rich quantum system capable of a high degree of quantum control.

ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH INDIUM

For decades, ultracold physics focused on alkalis, alkaline earths, and dipolar lanthanides. Our team is the first to extend ultracold science to triel elements, which are atoms in Main Group III of the Periodic Table. Triels are multipurpose atoms with many useful properties only found in isolation in other types of ultracold systems, such as magnetic Feshbach resonances, optical clock transitions, microwave resonances, spinor gas capabilities, anisotropic atom-light interactions, and more. The result is a rich quantum system capable of a high degree of quantum control.

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 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 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.