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The Panopticon device: an integrated Paul-trap-hemispherical mirror system for quantum optics

  title={The Panopticon device: an integrated Paul-trap-hemispherical mirror system for quantum optics},
  author={Gabriel Araneda and Giovanni Cerchiari and Daniel B. Higginbottom and Philip C. Holz and Kirill Lakhmanskiy and Petr Obvsil and Yves Colombe and Rainer Blatt},
  • Gabriel Araneda, Giovanni Cerchiari, +5 authors Rainer Blatt
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • We present the design and construction of a new experimental apparatus in which a single Ba+ ion is trapped in the center of curvature of an optical-quality hemispherical mirror. We describe the layout, fabrication and integration of the full setup, consisting of a high-optical access monolithic “3D-printed” Paul trap, the hemispherical mirror, a diffraction-limited in-vacuum lens (NA=0.7) for collection of atomic fluorescence and a state-of-the art UHV vessel. This new apparatus enables the… CONTINUE READING


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