Recent Progress in Optical Magnetometry and Applications
I will give an overview of what's been going on in the rejuvinated field of optical magnetometry with alkali atoms and diamond, and describe some of the resent applications, including nuclear magnetic resonance without magnets. Much more on the topic and our group's full bibliography can be found on http://budker.berkeley.edu
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