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Atom optics with microfabricated optical elements

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4 Author(s)
Buchkremer, F.B.J. ; Inst. fur Quantenopt., Hannover Univ., Germany ; Dumke, R. ; Birkl, G. ; Ertmer, W.

Summary form only given. The application of microfabricated optical elements and magnetic structures will cause a significant advance in the applicability of atom optics and atom interferometry. The newly emerging field of atom optics with micro-structures (ATOMICS) is directed towards microfabrication of atom optical elements for manipulation, storage, and guiding of neutral atoms as well as miniaturization of incoherent and coherent sources of ultracold atoms. As a second step, the integration of these components with laser sources and efficient detectors in a single-device should be achievable. We expect that the field of ATOMICS will become similarly important for atom optics as photonics is for regular optics. We present several configurations where microfabricated otpical elements are use in atom optics such as atom interferometry and quantum computing.

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Quantum Electronics Conference, 2000. Conference Digest. 2000 International

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10-15 Sept. 2000