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Andrew Schwarzkopf

Andrew Schwarzkopf is a Visiting Researcher in the Alternative Computing Group and a Scientist at zeroK NanoTech Corporation. Andrew received a B.A. in Physics from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. For his doctoral research, he investigated the Rydberg blockade effect by measuring the spatial correlation of cold Rydberg atoms in a many-body entangled system. Andrew is currently working with Jabez McClelland under a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA), applying laser-cooling techniques to develop a cold ion source for focused ion beam (FIB) instruments.

Selected Publications

  • Sub-wavelength imaging and field mapping via electromagnetically induced transparency and Autler-Townes splitting in Rydberg atoms, C. L. Holloway, J. A. Gordon, A. Schwarzkopf, D. A. Anderson, S. A. Miller, N. Thaicharoen, and G. Raithel, Applied Physics Letters 104, 244102 (2014).
  • Spatial correlations between Rydberg atoms in an optical dipole trap, A. Schwarzkopf, D. A. Anderson, N. Thaicharoen, and G. Raithel, Physical Review A 88, 061406 (2013).
  • Imaging spatial correlations of Rydberg excitations in cold atom clouds, A. Schwarzkopf, R. E. Sapiro, and G. Raithel, Physical Review Letters 107, 103001 (2011).

Publications

Bright focused ion beam sources based on laser-cooled atoms

Author(s)
Jabez J. McClelland, Adam V. Steele, Brenton J. Knuffman, Kevin A. Twedt, Andrew D. Schwarzkopf, Truman M. Wilson
Nanoscale focused ion beams (FIBs) represent one of the most useful tools in nanotechnology, enabling nanofabrication via milling and gas-assisted deposition
Created September 24, 2019, Updated February 21, 2020