Cavity probe for real-time detection of atom dynamics in an optical lattice

@article{Niederriter2020CavityPF,
  title={Cavity probe for real-time detection of atom dynamics in an optical lattice},
  author={R. Niederriter and C. Schlupf and P. Hamilton},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2020}
}
We propose and demonstrate real-time sub-wavelength cavity QED measurements of the spatial distribution of atoms in an optical lattice. Atoms initially confined in one "trap" standing wave of an optical cavity mode are probed with a second "probe" standing wave. With frequencies offset by one free spectral range, the nodes of the trap fall on the anti-nodes of the probe in the ${\approx}$10$^4$ lattice sites around the center of the cavity. This lattice site independent atom-cavity coupling… Expand
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