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,
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!
Our observation of magnetic solitons appeared in PRL today as an Editor’s Suggestion:
Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 030402 (2020)
together with the article from Giacomo Lamporesi’s group at the University of Trento in Italy.
See the highlight article in Physics magazine:
Congrats to Xiao, Roady and our theory team Kazuya Fujimoto (Nagoya University), and Ryusuke Hamazaki and Masahito Ueda (University of Tokyo) for this great success!
Our theory paper on nematic-orbit coupling written together with Carlos Sademelo has been accepted at Physical Review Letters. Congratulations to first author and Raman Lab 4th year graduate student Di Lao for this accomplishment!
New paper on the arXiv on our miniature thermal atomic beam technology for quantum sensor development:
Our paper on the first experimental observation of magnetic solitons in an antiferromagnetic spinor BEC of sodium atoms is now on the arXiv:
Check it out!