Deterministic preparation of a dual-species two-ion crystal

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  • Maximilian j. Zawierucha
  • Till Rehmert
  • Jonas Keller
  • Tanja e. Mehlstäubler
  • Piet o. Schmidt
  • Fabian Wolf

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  • Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
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OriginalspracheEnglisch
Aufsatznummer013107
FachzeitschriftPhysical Review A
Jahrgang110
Ausgabenummer1
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 8 Juli 2024

Abstract

The demand for efficient preparation methods for dual-species ion crystals is rapidly expanding across quantum technology and fundamental physics applications with trapped ions. We present a deterministic and efficient technique to produce such crystals, utilizing the segmented structure of a linear Paul trap. By precisely tailoring the trapping potentials, we can split, move, and discard parts of an ion chain. This process is automated in a sequence that converts a larger ion sample into the desired configuration. A critical component of our approach is the accurate identification of crystal constituents. This is achieved by matching the measured positions of fluorescing ions against theoretical expectations for larger crystals, thus facilitating the detection of nonfluorescing ions and enabling accurate ion counting. We demonstrate that our method reliably produces two-ion crystals within minutes. These results represent a significant advance in the production of two-species ion crystals with applications ranging from quantum logic spectroscopy and optical clocks to quantum computing and simulations with trapped ions.

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Deterministic preparation of a dual-species two-ion crystal. / Zawierucha, Maximilian j.; Rehmert, Till; Keller, Jonas et al.
in: Physical Review A, Jahrgang 110, Nr. 1, 013107, 08.07.2024.

Publikation: Beitrag in FachzeitschriftArtikelForschungPeer-Review

Zawierucha, MJ, Rehmert, T, Keller, J, Mehlstäubler, TE, Schmidt, PO & Wolf, F 2024, 'Deterministic preparation of a dual-species two-ion crystal', Physical Review A, Jg. 110, Nr. 1, 013107. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.110.013107
Zawierucha, M. J., Rehmert, T., Keller, J., Mehlstäubler, T. E., Schmidt, P. O., & Wolf, F. (2024). Deterministic preparation of a dual-species two-ion crystal. Physical Review A, 110(1), Artikel 013107. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.110.013107
Zawierucha MJ, Rehmert T, Keller J, Mehlstäubler TE, Schmidt PO, Wolf F. Deterministic preparation of a dual-species two-ion crystal. Physical Review A. 2024 Jul 8;110(1):013107. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevA.110.013107
Zawierucha, Maximilian j. ; Rehmert, Till ; Keller, Jonas et al. / Deterministic preparation of a dual-species two-ion crystal. in: Physical Review A. 2024 ; Jahrgang 110, Nr. 1.
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