Chip-based superconducting traps for levitation of micrometer-sized particles in the Meissner state

@article{Latorre2020ChipbasedST,
  title={Chip-based superconducting traps for levitation of micrometer-sized particles in the Meissner state},
  author={Mart'i Gutierrez Latorre and J. Hofer and M. Rudolph and W. Wieczorek},
  journal={Superconductor Science and Technology},
  year={2020},
  volume={33},
  pages={105002}
}
We present a detailed analysis of two chip-based superconducting trap architectures capable of levitating micrometer-sized superconducting particles in the Meissner state. These architectures are suitable for performing novel quantum experiments with more massive particles or for force and acceleration sensors of unprecedented sensitivity. We focus in our work on a chip-based anti-Helmholtz coil-type trap (AHC) and a planar double-loop (DL) trap. We demonstrate their fabrication from… Expand
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