People: Ben Augenbaum

Graduate Student
Sat September 1, 2018

Laser-cooling and Optical Trapping of Diatomic Molecules

Ultracold molecules have been proposed as a rich resource for many applications ranging from precision measurements and quantum metrology to quantum simulation and quantum information processing. The benefits of molecules in all these applications arise from the many internal degrees of freedom in a molecule. For example, even with the simplest two-atom diatomic molecules, one...
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Past Events
Fri April 20, 2018 2:00 pm
Location:MIT 26-214 and 26-210

At extremely low temperatures, the fundamental building blocks of the universe behave unexpectedly. Discover this hidden world at The Center for Ultracold Atoms (CUA).

Fri April 19, 2019 2:00 pm
Location:MIT 26-210 and 26-214
Join CUA members to learn hands-on about some of the research that goes on in the CUA! Activities include a gum-drop model Ion Trap, a 6-foot Tornado Simulator, experiments with Liquid Nitrogen to see how ultracold temperatures change everyday objects, and a station to make your own holograms. The event will kick off with a...