Optimized pulsed sideband cooling and enhanced thermometry of trapped ions

@article{Rasmusson2021OptimizedPS,
  title={Optimized pulsed sideband cooling and enhanced thermometry of trapped ions},
  author={A. J. Rasmusson and Marissa D’Onofrio and Yuanheng Xie and Jiafeng Cui and Philip Richerme},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2021}
}
Resolved sideband cooling is a standard technique for cooling trapped ions below the Doppler limit to near their motional ground state. Yet, the most common methods for sideband cooling implicitly rely on low Doppler-cooled temperatures and tightly confined ions, and they cannot be optimized for different experimental conditions. Here we introduce a framework which calculates the fastest possible pulsed sideband cooling sequence for a given number of pulses and set of experimental parameters… Expand

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