Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

Quantum-Gas Microscopes - Quantum-Simulation with Single-Particle Access (Stefan Kuhr, Glasgow)

23.01.2018 ab 16:15

Hans - Geiger - Hörsaal (LS13 - R.52) des Physikzentrums

Abstract

Ultracold atoms in well-controlled engineered environments in optical lattices are a versa-tile tool for quantum-simulation of strongly correlated quantum systems. The most recent developments in this field include quantum-gas microscopes [1], enabling single-lattice-site resolution and single-atom control [2]. Imaging of with single-atoms resolution has made it possible to directly observe bosonic and fermionic many-body quantum systems in an un-precedented way, giving access to, e.g., in-situ measurements of temperature and entropy distributions, direct observation of correlations and their spreading, or the build-up of en-tanglement. I will present how we achieved single-atom-resolved fluorescence imaging of fermionic potassium-40 atoms using electromagnetically-induced-transparency (EIT) coo-ling [3], and a new way of Raman gray-molasses cooling [4]. I will also report on our pro-gress towards the creation of fermionic Mott insulators and the study of strongly correlated fermionic quantum systems and their out-of-equilibrium dynamics.

Referent: Prof. Dr. Stefan Kuhr (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)

Plakat als PDF zum Download: http://www.physik.uni-kiel.de/de/veranstaltungen/physikalisches-kolloquium/archiv/ws2017-2018/abstract-prof-kuhr.pdf

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