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Ring-shaped atom-trap lattices using multipole dressing fields.

@article{Gentile2019RingshapedAL,
  title={Ring-shaped atom-trap lattices using multipole dressing fields.},
  author={Fabio Gentile and Jamie Johnson and Konstantinos Poulios and Thomas Fernholz},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2019}
}
We present a method for the creation of closed-loop lattices for ultra-cold atoms using dressed potentials. We analytically describe the generation of trap lattices that are state-dependent, with dynamically controlled lattice depths and positioning. In a design akin to a synchronous motor, the potentials arise from the combination of a static, ring-shaped quadrupole field and multipole radio-frequency fields. Our technique relies solely on static and radio-frequency (rf) magnetic fields… 
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