Coherent optical nanotweezers for ultracold atoms.

@article{Bienias2020CoherentON,
  title={Coherent optical nanotweezers for ultracold atoms.},
  author={P. Bienias and S. Subhankar and Yao Wang and T-C. Tsui and F. Jendrzejewski and T. Tiecke and G. Juzeliūnas and L. Jiang and S. Rolston and J. Porto and A. Gorshkov},
  journal={Physical review. A},
  year={2020},
  volume={102}
}
  • P. Bienias, S. Subhankar, +8 authors A. Gorshkov
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. A
  • There has been a recent surge of interest and progress in creating subwavelength free-space optical potentials for ultracold atoms. A key open question is whether geometric potentials, which are repulsive and ubiquitous in the creation of subwavelength free-space potentials, forbid the creation of narrow traps with long lifetimes. Here, we show that it is possible to create such traps. We propose two schemes for realizing subwavelength traps and demonstrate their superiority over existing… CONTINUE READING
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