Dr. Sebastian Blatt
Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
Monday, May 5th, 2014 at 11:00:00 AM
Conference Room Querzoli LENS
Published on-line at 12:31:41 PM on Thursday, April 17th, 2014
Towards site-resolved imaging of fermionic lithium quantum gases in two dimensions
Recent advances in site-resolved imaging and control of bosonic 87-Rb atoms trapped in optical lattices have enabled new possibilities for studying strongly-cor
Recent advances in site-resolved imaging and control of bosonic 87-Rb atoms trapped in optical lattices have enabled new possibilities for studying strongly-correlated quantum systems with ultracold atoms. We aim to extend this imaging technique to fermionic atoms, where quantum magnetism arises naturally from fermionic statistics. We load ultracold 6-Li atoms into a two-dimensional square lattice 10 micron below a high resolution microscope objective. The light mass of Li leads to system dynamics on fast timescales, and its broad Feshbach resonances allow precise control over the atomic interaction strength. We report on our progress towards trapping and single-site-resolved imaging of Li.
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