Designing arbitrary one-dimensional potentials on an atom chip.

  title={Designing arbitrary one-dimensional potentials on an atom chip.},
  author={M. Tajik and B. Rauer and T. Schweigler and Federica Cataldini and J. Sabino and F. Moller and S. Ji and I. Mazets and J. Schmiedmayer},
  journal={Optics express},
  volume={27 23},
  • M. Tajik, B. Rauer, +6 authors J. Schmiedmayer
  • Published 2019
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Optics express
  • We use laser light shaped by a digital micro-mirror device to realize arbitrary optical dipole potentials for one-dimensional (1D) degenerate Bose gases of 87Rb trapped on an atom chip. Superposing optical and magnetic potentials combines the high flexibility of optical dipole traps with the advantages of magnetic trapping, such as effective evaporative cooling and the application of radio-frequency dressed state potentials. As applications, we present a 160 µm long box-like potential with a… CONTINUE READING
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