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Freegarde/Himsworth group

Institution
University of Southampton
United Kingdom

Research
Exp/Theory

Our research uses coherent, pulsed interactions and spatially-varying dipole forces, is both experimental and theoretical, and ranges from atom interferometry and quantum computation, to optical tweezers, optically-induced self-organization and cavity-mediated cooling. We also explore underpinning technologies and techniques from laser modulation, stabilization and the design and analysis of resonant enhancement cavities, to miniature pumps, atom sources and optical components for integrated atom chips, and we collaborate closely with colleagues in nanofabrication to explore the use of nanostructured surfaces for atomic manipulation.

Permanent researchers and staff
Tim Freegarde and Matt Himsworth


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Conferences
Synthetic dimensions in quantum engineered systems
20 Nov 2017
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
"Condensates of Light" WE-Heraeus-Seminar
14 Jan 2018
Bad Honnef, Germany
Chaotic paths to cold atom physics
10 Feb 2018
Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
 

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