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A compact, high-flux source of cold atoms

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The ongoing drive to transfer quantum technologies from research laboratories to practical, portable devices requires the development of multiple key enabling technologies. The field of cold atoms, which includes high-precision metrology and quantum simulation, has various real-world applications including time-keeping and navigation. A crucial component in these systems is a cold-atom source that generates a flux of low-velocity atoms suitable for subsequent capture. A large flux enables ...

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Atomic & Laser Physics, University of Oxford

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Atomic & Laser Physics, University of Oxford
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School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southampton
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Atomic & Laser Physics, University of Oxford
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DUR00190
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Sean Ravenhall
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D4D00620
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DUR00450
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DUR00251
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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