Quantum Science Seminar #33 - Young Researchers
Diese Woche im Quantum Science Seminar: Die drei jungen Wissenschaftler Jessie Zhang, Ryan Macdonnell und Gonzalo Carvacho
Jessie Zhang über "Assembly of a single rovibrational ground state molecule in an optical tweezer"
Ultracold molecules hold promise for various quantum science applications that could utilize their long-range dipole-dipole interactions and rich internal structures. Trapping and manipulating molecules in optical tweezers offer many advantages due to their high level of controllability. In this talk, I will discuss our recent results in forming a single NaCs molecule in its rovibrational ground state starting from a pair of atoms in an optical tweezer. This is achieved by first magnetoassociating into a Feshbach molecule and then applying a Raman pulse which gives rise to coherent Rabi oscillations between the ground state. Our work opens up exciting possibilities with fully quantum-state-controlled molecules in optical tweezer arrays.
Gonzalo Carvacho über "Experimental violation of n-locality in a star quantum network"
Nonlocality in networks with independent entanglement sources has only been experimentally verified in simple tripartite networks, via the violation of bilocality inequalities. Here, by using a scalable photonic platform, we implement star-shaped quantum networks consisting of up to five distant nodes and four independent entanglement sources. We exploit this platform to violate the chained n-locality inequality and thus witness, in a device-independent way, the emergence of nonlocal correlations among the nodes of the implemented networks. These results open new perspectives for quantum information processing applications.
Hier finden Sie den Link zum Livetalk um 17 Uhr (CET) sowie zu den Aufzeichnungen im Nachhinein:
Hier sehen Sie die Aufzeichnung des letzten Vortrags, Ulrich Schneider über "Optical Quasicrystals—Quantum Simulations beyond periodic systems"