Deterministic preparation of a tunable few-fermion system.

@article{Serwane2011DeterministicPO,
  title={Deterministic preparation of a tunable few-fermion system.},
  author={Friedhelm Serwane and Gerhard Zuern and Thomas Lompe and Timo Bastian Ottenstein and Andre Niklas Wenz and Selim Jochim},
  journal={Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={332 6027},
  pages={
          336-8
        }
}
  • Friedhelm Serwane, Gerhard Zuern, +3 authors Selim Jochim
  • Published in Science 2011
  • Medicine, Physics
  • Systems consisting of few interacting fermions are the building blocks of matter, with atoms and nuclei being the most prominent examples. We have created a few-body quantum system with complete control over its quantum state using ultracold fermionic atoms in an optical dipole trap. Ground-state systems consisting of 1 to 10 particles are prepared with fidelities of ∼90%. We can tune the interparticle interactions to arbitrary values using a Feshbach resonance and have observed the interaction… CONTINUE READING

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