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Vibrational ladder-descending photostabilization of a weakly bound molecule: Quantum optimal control with a genetic algorithm

@inproceedings{Londoo2022VibrationalLP,
  title={Vibrational ladder-descending photostabilization of a weakly bound molecule: Quantum optimal control with a genetic algorithm},
  author={Mateo Londo{\~n}o and J C Arce},
  year={2022}
}
We propose an optical control scheme for driving a polar molecule from a high-lying vibrational level to a target low-lying one, within the same electronic state. The scheme utilizes an infrared chirped laser pulse with an analytical shape, whose parameters are optimized by means of a heuristic formulation of quantum optimal control based on a genetic algorithm. We illustrate this methodology computationally for a KRb Feshbach molecule in the lowest triplet electronic state. 

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