Single Atoms Trapped on a Nanofiber Cavity

发布日期: 2020-01-10   作者:  浏览次数: 102

报告题目:Single Atoms Trapped on a Nanofiber Cavity

报告人:王杰 博士后


时间: 2020-01-13 10:30




Realization of an efficient quantum interface will enable deterministic quantum state-transfer between atoms and photons for quantum information processing. A tapered optical nanofiber (ONF) based cavity provides a unique fiber-in-line platform for cavity quantum electrodynamics (QED). In order to trap atoms in the vicinity of the ONF, the only scheme demonstrated previously is the two-color guided mode trap. However, the scheme lacks the control over atom number and position. Recently our lab has demonstrated an optical tweezer based side-illumination trapping scheme to trap and efficiently interface individual single atoms to a few millimeter-long ONF cavity. These results may open new possibilities in quantum-state engineering for potential applications in all-fiber quantum networks and quantum information science [Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 213602 (2019)].


王杰,日本RIKEN 开发物性科学研究中心博士后,学士毕业于山西大学物理学基地班,硕士、博士毕业于山西大学光电研究所。在日本电气通信大学从事博士后研究工作,后到RIKEN继续做博士后的研究。主要研究兴趣在于激光冷却俘获原子,高精度光谱,Nanofiber与原子间的耦合等。