People: John M. Doyle

Professor of Physics
  1. I. Kozyryev, L. Baum, J. Doyle, L. Aldridge, P. Yu, and E. E. Eyler. Coherent Bichromatic Force Deflection of Molecules. Phys. Rev. Lett. , 120(063205), February 2018.
  2. L. Anderegg, B. Augenbaum, Y. Bao, S. Burchesky, L. Cheuk, W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, Laser Cooling of Optically Trapped Molecules. Nature, 14:890–893, 2018.
  3. E. Chae, L. Anderegg, B. Augenbaum, A. Ravi, B. Hemmerling, N. Hutzler, W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, A. Collopy, and J. Ye. One dimensional magneto-optical compression of a cold CaF molecular beam. New Journal of Physics, 19(033035), March 2017.
  4. L. Anderegg, B. Augenbaum, E. Chae, B. Hemmerling, N. Hutzler, A. Ravi, W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, A. Collopy, and J. Ye. Radio Frequency Magneto-Optical Trapping of CaF with High Density. Phys. Rev. Lett. , 119(103201), September 2017.
  5. J. Doyle, B. Spaun, P.B. Changala, B. J. Bjork, O.H. Heckl, and J. Ye. Continuous probe of cold complex molecules with infrared frequency comb spectroscopy. arXiv, 1601:07845, 2016.
  6. G. Drayna, S. Eibenberger, J. Doyle, D. Patterson, C. Hallas, K. Wang, and S.R. Domingos. Direct time-domain observation of conformational relaxation. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. , 55, June 2016.
  7. B. Hemmerling, E. Chae, A. Ravi, L. Anderegg, G. Drayna, N. Hutzler, W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, A.L. Collopy, and J. Ye. Laser slowing of CaF molecules to near the capture velocity of a molecular MOT. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 2016.
  8. I. Kozyryev, L. Baum, K. Matsuda, B. Hemmerling, J. Doyle, Radiation pressure force from optical cycling on a polyatomic molecule. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 134002:49, 2016.
  9. I. Kozyryev, L. Baum, K. Matsuda, J. Doyle, Peter Olson, Peter Olson, , , and . Coherent population trapping, nuclear spin cooling and Levy flights in solid state atom-like systems.. New Journal of Physics, 17, April 2015.
  10. B. Hemmerling, E. Chae, J. Doyle, M. Yeo, A.L. Collopy, and B. Yan. Rotational State Microwave Mixing for Laser Cooling of Complex Diatomic Molecules. Physical Review Letters, 114:223003, 2015.
  11. J. Doyle, P. R. Huffman, K.J. Coakley, C.R. Huffer, H. P. Mumm, C. M. O'Shaughnessy, K.W. Schelhammer, P.N. Seo, and L. Yang. Design and performance of a cryogenic apparatus for magnetically trapping ultracold neutrons. Cryogenics, 64:40, 2014.
  12. W. Ketterle and J. Doyle. Cold Collisions of helium and thorium monoxide in the electronic excited H-state. preprint 2013.
  13. W. Ketterle and J. Doyle. Spin-orbit effects in cold inelastic collisions of antimony and helium. Submitted 2013.
  14. W. Ketterle and J. Doyle. Vibrational quenching in cold thorium monoxide (X, v=1)-helium collisions. preprint 2013.
  15. W. Ketterle and J. Doyle. Zeeman relaxation in cold collisions of thorium and helium. preprint 2013.
  16. J. Piskorski and J. Doyle. A Cold and Slow Molecular Beam. PCCP, 13:18986, 2011.
  17. J. Doyle, P.W. Hess, E. Prik, B. Spaun, D. DeMille, and G. Gabrielse. A cryogenic beam of refractory, chemically reactive molecules with expansion cooling. PCCP, 13:18976, 2011.
  18. H. Lu, J. Piskorski, and J. Doyle. Cold and Slow Molecular Beam. submitted PCCP 2011.
  19. J. Doyle, B.C. Sawyer, B.K. Stuhl, M. Yeo, Y. Xia, and J. Klos. Cold heteromolecular dipolar collisions. PCCP, 13:19059, 2011.
  20. J. Doyle and J. Klos. Cold N+NH Collisions in a Magnetic Trap. Phys Rev Lett, 106:053201, 2011.
  21. S. Magkiriadou, D. Patterson, J. Doyle, and Timothee Nicolas. Cold, optically dense gases of atomic rubidium. New J. Phys., 13:023012, 2011.
  22. J. Doyle, J. Klos, R.C. Forrey, H.R. Sadeghpour, and T. Walker. Formation and dynamics of van der Waals molecules in buffer-gas traps. PCCP, 13:19125, 2011.
  23. J. Doyle and J. Klos. Low-inelastic-rate Atom-Molecule Collisions in a Magnetic Trap. Physical Review Letters, 106:053201, 2011.
  24. J. Doyle, B. Spaun, E. Kirilov, G. Gabrielse, and D. DeMille. Magnetic and electric dipole moments of the $^3Delta_1$ state in ThO. Phys Rev A, 84:034502, 2011.
  25. J. Doyle, H. Hara, Y. Takasu, Y. Yamaoka, and Y. Takahashi. Quantum degenerate mixtures of alkali and alkaline-earth-like atoms. PRL 2011.
  26. J. Doyle and E. Tsikita. Colling and Collisions of Large Gas Phase Molecules. Phys Chem Chem Phys., 12(33):9736-41, 2010.
  27. J. Doyle, J. Klos, H.R. Sadeghpour, and T. Walker. Formation of van der Waals molecules in buffer gas cooled magnetic traps. Phys. Rev. Lett., 105:033001, 2010.
  28. W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, and S. C. Dor. Large spin relaxation rates in trapped submerged-shell atoms. Phys. Rev. A, 81:010702, 2010.
  29. J. Doyle. Magnetic Trapping of NH Molecules with 20 s Lifetimes. New Journal of Physics, 12:065028, 2010.
  30. J. Doyle. Permeabililty of Noble Gases through Kapton, Butyl, Nylon and Silver Shield. NIM A, Accepted, 2010.
  31. J. Doyle, E. Prik, and B. Spaun. Search for the electric ipole moment of the electron with thorium monoxide. Journal of Physics, B 43:074007, 2010.
  32. J. Doyle, C. Johnson, B. Newman, N. Brahams, and Tom Grak. Zeeman Relaxation of Cold Atomic Iron and Nickel in Collisions with 3He.. Phys. Rev. A, 81:062706, 2010.
  33. C. Doret, C. Connolly, W. Ketterle, and J. Doyle. A Buffer-Gas Cooled Bose-Einstein Condensate. Phys. Rev. Lett., 103:103005, 2009.
  34. J. Doyle. Cooling, trap loading, and beam productionusing a cryogenic helium buffer gas. Cold Molecules: Theory, Experiment, Applications, Chapter 13 CRC Press, 2009.
  35. J. Doyle and T. Hong. Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Buffer-gas-cooled Rb Vapor. Phys. Rev. A, 79:013806, 2009.
  36. D. Patterson, J. Piskorski, and J. Doyle. Intense Atomic and Molecular Beams via Neon buffer gas Cooling. New J. Phys, 11:055018, 2009.
  37. W. Campbell, T. Tscherbul, H. Lu, E. Tsikata, J. Doyle, and R.V. Krems. Mechanism of Collisional Spin Relaxation in S Molecules. Phys. Rev. Lett., 102:013003, 2009.
  38. A. Gorshkov, D. Patterson, A. Zibrov, J. Doyle, M. Lukin, and T. Hong. Realization of coherent optically dense media via buffer-gas cooling. Phys. Rev. A, 79:013806, 2009.
  39. J. Doyle. Why are cold molecules so hot. Chem. Phys., 10:604-623, 2009.
  40. T. Tscherbul, P. Zhang, N. Brahms, Y. Au, J. Doyle, and H.R. Sadeghpour. Collision-induced spin depolarization of alkali-metal atoms in cold He gas. Phys. Rev. A, 78:060703(R), 2008.
  41. J. Doyle, L. Yang, C. R. Brome, J. S. Butterworth, S. N. Dzhosyuk, C. E. H. Mattoni, D. N. McKinsey, R. Michniak, R. Golub, E. Korobkina, C. M. O'Shaughnessy, G. R. Palmquist, P.N. Seo, P. R. Huffman, K.J. Coakley, H. P. Mumm, G. L. Yang, and S. K. Lamoreaux. Development of High-field Superconducting Ioffe Magnetic Traps. Rev. Sci. Instrum., 79:31301, 2008.
  42. J. Doyle, A. Yamaguchi, S. Uake, D. Hashimoto, and Y. Takahashi. Inelastic Collisions in Optically Trapped Ultracold Metastable Ytterbium. Phys. Rev. Lett., 101:233002, 2008.
  43. M. Hummon, W. Campbell, H. Lu, J. Doyle, and Y. Wang. Magnetic trapping of atomic nitrogen and cotrapping of NH. Phys. Rev. Lett., 78:050702, 2008.
  44. N. Brahms, D. Kleppner, J. Doyle, B. Newman, and C. Johnson. Magnetic Trapping of Silver and Copper, and Anomalous Spin Relaxation in the Ag-He System. Phys. Rev. Lett., 101:103002, 2008.
  45. S. Maxwell, M. Hummon, J. Doyle, Y. Wang, A.A. Buchachenko, and R.V. Krems. Spin-orbit interaction and large inelastic rates in bismuth-helium collisions. Phys. Rev. A, 78:042706, 2008.
  46. J. Doyle and G.C. Groenenboom. Time-Domain Measurement of Spontaneous Vibrational Decay of Magnetically Trapped NH. Phys. Rev. Ltrs., 100:083003, 2008.
  47. D. Patterson and J. Doyle. A Bright, Guided Molecular Beam with Hydrodynamic Enhancement. J. Chem. Phys., 126:154307, 2007.
  48. J. Doyle and R. deCarvalho. Analysis of cold 52 Cr elastic and inelastic collision rates using evaporative cooling. Phys. Rev. A, 75:062706, 2007.
  49. J. Doyle and R. deCarvalho. Analysis of cold 52 Cr elastic and inelastic collision-rate determination using evaporative cooling analysis. Phys. Rev. A, 75:062706, 2007.
  50. W. Campbell, E. Tsikata, H. Lu, J. Doyle, and L. D. van Buuren. Magnetic Trapping and Zeeman Relaxation of NH (X-triplet-Sigma). Phys. Rev. Lett., 98:213001, 2007.
  51. C. Doret, W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, and J.G.E. Harris. Spin-Exchange Collisions of Submerged Shell Atoms Below 1 Kelvin. Phys. Rev. Lett., 99:223201, 2007.
  52. J. Doyle, M. Lukin, S. Maxwell, P. Rabl, A. Andre, D. DeMille, R.J. Schoelkopf, and P. Zoller. A coherent all-electrical interface between polar molecules and mesoscopic superconducting resonators. Nature Physics, 2:636-642, 2006.
  53. P. Rabl, J. Doyle, M. Lukin, D. DeMille, R.J. Schoelkopf, and P. Zoller. Hybrid quantum processors: molecular ensembles as quantum memory for solid state circuits. Phys. Rev. Lett., 97:33003, 2006.
  54. J. Doyle, N. Brahams, and B. Newman. A new path to ultracold hydrogen. Can. J. Phys., 83:293, 2005.
  55. J. Doyle, K.J. Coakley, S. N. Dzhosyuk, L. Yang, and P. R. Huffman. Chaotic Scattering of Marginally Trapped Neutrons. Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, 110:367, 2005.
  56. W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, S.C. Dor, and R. Michniak. Evaporative cooling of metastable helium in the multi-partial-wave regime. Phys. Rev. A, 72:060703(R), 2005.
  57. W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, J.S. Helton, and K. Maussang. High-flux beam source for cold, slow atoms or molecules. Physical Review A, 71:025602, 2005.
  58. W. Ketterle, J. Doyle, J.S. Helton, and K. Maussang. Magnetic trapping of an atomic Mn-Cr mixture. Phys Rev A, 71:025602, 2005.
Wed October 17, 2018

Improved Measurement of the Electron’s Electric Dipole Moment

Although the Standard Model of particle physics, one of the triumphs of modern physics, accurately describes all particle physics measurements made in laboratories so far, it is unable to answer many questions that arise from cosmological observations, such as the long-standing puzzle of why matter dominates over antimatter throughout the observable universe. To explain these...
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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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Thu February 22, 2018

Triatomic Molecules

In the simplest molecues, diatomic molecules made form two atoms, the vibration and rotation degrees of freedom gives rise to new features such as strong long-range dipolar interactions between molecules, a key ingredient in many quantum simulation and quantum computing proposals. Polyatomic molecules are an exciting new research frontier, as these molecules offer an even...
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Sat September 5, 2009

Bose-Einstein Condensation 2009, Frontiers in Quantum Gases, San Feliu, Spain, 05 – 11 September 2009

The BEC conference is a biannual meeting which is regarded the most prestigious and competitive conference in the field of atomic quantum gases, featuring about 45 invited presentations. Several CUA researchers presented invited talks:
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