Our research focuses on using ultracold atoms as a resource for studying aspects of condensed-matter and many-body physics, quantum and precision measurement, quantum optics and quantum atom optics. We have several experimental apparatuses which we identify numerically: E3, E4, E5, and E6.
E3 employs atomic gases trapped within high-finesse optical resonators to study cavity opto-mechanics and cavity magneto-optics. E4 is studying magnetic excitations in spinor Bose gases and gearing up for experiments on Li-Rb atomic gas mixtures. E5 places Rb atoms, and soon also K atoms, within a variety of optical lattice geometries, including the kagome lattice, to try to understand the physical properties that arise in material systems due to this interesting crystal structure. E6 is an experiment under construction, with which we plan to study quantum control and feedback of many-body quantum systems in an optical cavity. Other research activities are also brewing.
We are always on the lookout for excellent students, postdocs, and visitors to join our efforts. Feel free to peruse this website and then to contact us for more information. If you are an undergraduate student interested in performing research with our group, please check here for instructions on how to apply. You may also read through several review papers.