Dynamical control of matter-wave splitting using time-dependent optical lattices

@article{Park2012DynamicalCO,
  title={Dynamical control of matter-wave splitting using time-dependent optical lattices},
  author={Sung Jong Park and Henrik Kjaer Andersen and Sune Sch{\o}tt Mai and Jan J. Arlt and Jacob Friis Sherson},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2012},
  volume={85}
}
We report on measurements of splitting Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC) by using a time-dependent optical lattice potential. First, we demonstrate the division of a BEC into a set of equally populated components by means of time dependent control of Landau-Zener tunneling in a vertical lattice potential. Next, we apply time dependent optical Bragg mirrors to a BEC oscillating in a harmonic trap. We demonstrate high-order Bragg reflection of the condensate due to multi-photon Raman transitions… 

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