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Hamiltonian engineering of spin-orbit coupled fermions in a Wannier-Stark optical lattice clock

@inproceedings{Aeppli2022HamiltonianEO,
  title={Hamiltonian engineering of spin-orbit coupled fermions in a Wannier-Stark optical lattice clock},
  author={Alexander Aeppli and Anjun Chu and Tobias Bothwell and Colin J. Kennedy and Dhruv Kedar and Peru He and Ana Maria Rey and J. Ye},
  year={2022}
}
Engineering a Hamiltonian system with tunable interactions provides opportunities to optimize performance for quantum sensing and explore emerging phenomena of many-body systems. An optical lattice clock based on partially delocalized Wannier-Stark states in a gravity-tilted shallow lattice supports superior quantum coherence and adjustable interactions via spin-orbit coupling, thus presenting a powerful spin model realization. The relative strength of the on-site and off-site interactions can… 
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