Quantum magnetism with alkaline-earth atoms

In this research area, we take advantage of the unique internal structure of ultracold alkaline-earth atoms (atoms in the second column of the periodic table) for quantum computing and clock applications, as well as for studying exotic many-body physics. Our work on many-body interactions in an optical lattice clock was published in Science and featured by the New Scientist, ElectronicsWeekly.com, Science World Report, and other news media. 


Some recent examples of our work:

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