Atom Chips Group
We study fundamental many-body quantum physics and its applications, especially in quantum metrology and quantum information. To gain access to new physical situations, we also develop novel technological tools, such as atom chips and fiber Fabry-Pérot microcavities.
Our collaboration with Olivier Arcizet’s group at Institut Neel has allowed mapping of the microscopic standing-wave field in a fiber Fabry-Perot microcavity with a nanowire probe that is sensitive to the field of a single photon. This work just appeared in Physical Review X on 8 April 2021. The CNRS published a News item about this work (in French).
The atomchips group continues working during these exceptional circumstances, but the office looks a bit different these days. We are grateful we can meet virtually and continue to discuss on our latest results!
News and Events
QT FlagshipOur group is part of the macQsimal project - Miniature Atomic vapor-Cell Quantum devices for SensIng and Metrology AppLications.
Jakob Reichel gives 5th IQOQI ColloquiumGenerating multiparticle entanglement with optical fiber microcavities
10th Paris-Basel Workshopwith Philipp Treutlein's group.
Deterministic generation of multiparticle entanglement by quantum Zeno dynamics
Spontaneous spin squeezing in a rubidium BEC
Stability of a trapped-atom clock on a chip
Limits of atomic entanglement by cavity feedback: From weak to strong coupling
We offer internships for international and French Master students. A Master's project can be followed up with a PhD in our group.
Département de Physique Ecole Normale Supérieure, 24 rue Lhomond, F-75231 Paris Cedex 05
Jakob Reichel 01 44 32 33 79
Romain Long 01 44 32 34 18
Alice Sinatra 01 44 32 25 72
Jean Hare 01 44 32 34 23
Francesco Ferri 01 44 32 25 74
Mengzi Huang 01 44 32 25 74
Konstantin Ott 01 44 32 25 73
Torben Pöpplau 01 44 32 25 73