Our new paper in APL! April 5, 2022

Excited about a new paper in Applied Physics Letters from our group! This one’s on a collimated versatile atomic beam source using alkali dispensers. This paper takes us one step closer to using alkali dispensers for line-of-sight applications such as atomic beam formation on chip, and to further miniaturization of atomic beam devices for mass production.
#nanotechnology #Photonics #MEMS #AtomicClocks
Related U.S. patent application No. 63/305,439
Integrated Alkali Dispenser Collimator

October and November 2020: Two new papers on the arXiv

New experimental paper on domain wall magnetic solitons (DWMS) uses SO(3) symmetry to create 3-component solitons.
This work was a collaboration with Kazuya Fujimoto of  Nagoya University:

Xiao Chai, Di Lao, Kazuya Fujimoto, and Chandra Raman, Magnetic soliton: from two to three components with SO(3) symmetry,

And a recent theory paper in collaboration with Li You of Tsinghua University:

Xiao Chai, Li You and Chandra Raman, Magnetic solitons in an immiscible two-component Bose-Einstein condensate,


October 2020: New paper in Optics Letters

Today our paper “High Quality factor micro-ring resonator for strong atom-light interactions using miniature atomic beams”, a collaborative study with Ali Adibi’s group at Georgia Tech ECE, appeared in Optics Letters.  Congratulations to co-first authors Ali Eshaghian Dorche of ECE and Bochao Wei of the Raman Lab for this achievement!


Arxiv version: