We realize the limit of quantum nonlinear optics, where photons interact strongly among themselves. Employing the dipolar interaction between cold Rydberg atoms, we make photons scatter, attract, or repel each other.
We aim to increase the coupling between atoms and photons for pursing quantum nonlinear optics in a room-temperature gas.
We look into new physical tools for initializing, reading out, and increasing the interrogation times of atom interferometers.
Towards using noble gases as quantum memories with minute-long and hour-long lifetimes at room temperature
We study coherent optical excitations of atoms in hot gases. We develop new techniques for quantum memories that optimize bandwidth, storage time, and fidelity.