A brief description of our research topics
We generate atom-resonant, narrow-bandwidth quantum states of light, for example polarization squeezed states and entangled photon pairs that are resonant to atomic resonance lines. We then interact these states with atomic ensembles. This allows us to study the interaction of atoms and light at the most fundamental, fully-quantum mechanical level. For example, we study how non-classical light can be used to make more sensitive atomic instruments, and how atoms can be used as optical elements to shape quantum properties of photons.
|Squeezed Light||NOON States|
|Optical Magnetometry?||Spin Noise Spectroscopy?|