Experimental Demonstration of Shaken-Lattice Interferometry.

@article{Weidner2018ExperimentalDO,
  title={Experimental Demonstration of Shaken-Lattice Interferometry.},
  author={Carrie A. Weidner and Dana Z. Anderson},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={120 26},
  pages={
          263201
        }
}
We experimentally demonstrate a shaken-lattice interferometer. Atoms are trapped in the ground Bloch state of a red-detuned optical lattice. Using a closed-loop optimization protocol based on the dcrab algorithm, we phase-modulate (shake) the lattice to transform the atom momentum state. In this way, we implement an atom beam splitter and build five interferometers of varying interrogation times T_{I}. The sensitivity of shaken-lattice interferometry is shown to scale as T_{I}^{2}, consistent… 

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