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Search Publications by: Jun Ye (Fed)

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Picosecond Pulse Amplification With an External Passive Optical Cavity

October 12, 2021
E Potma, Christopher J. Evans, X. Xie, R. J. Jones, Jun Ye
We experimentally demonstrate the amplification of picosecond pulses at high repetition rates through coherent addition of successive pulses of a mode-locked pulse train in a high finesse optical cavity equipped with cavity dumping. Amplification greater

Three-dimensional dipolar thermalization in a reactive molecular gas with resonant shielding

October 1, 2021
Jun-Ru Li, William Tobias, Kyle Matsuda, Calder Miller, Giacomo Valtolina, Luigi De Marco, Rueben Wang, John Bohn, Goulven Quemener, Jun Ye
We demonstrate suppression of the reactive loss in a gas of ultracold 40K87Rb molecules in a three-dimensional geometry. The electric field-induced collisional shielding suppresses loss by two orders of magnitude while preserving elastic, long-range

Detection and manipulation of the transverse motion in a Stark decelerator

July 17, 2021
Piotr Wcislo, Hao Wu, David Reens, Alexander Aeppli, Jun Ye
By enabling precise control over longitudinal velocity, Stark deceleration has become an important tool for studying cold collisions. However, the information about transverse motion is often hard to extract and to some extent beyond control. Here we

Dipole-Dipole Frequency Shifts in Multilevel Atoms

June 30, 2021
Andre Cidrim, Asier Pineiro Orioli, Christian Sanner, Ross B. Hutson, Jun Ye, Romain Bachelard, Ana Maria Rey
Dipole-dipole interactions lead to frequency shifts which are expected to limit the performance of next generation atomic clocks. In this work, we compute dipolar frequency shifts accounting for the intrinsic atomic multilevel structure in standard Ramsey

Frequency Ratio Measurements with 18-Digit Accuracy Using a Network of Optical Clocks

March 24, 2021
Kyle Beloy, Martha I. Bodine, Tobias B. Bothwell, Samuel M. Brewer, Sarah L. Bromley, Jwo-Sy Chen, Jean-Daniel Deschenes, Scott Diddams, Robert J. Fasano, Tara Fortier, Youssef Hassan, David Hume, Dhruv Kedar, Colin J. Kennedy, Isaac Kader, Amanda Koepke, David Leibrandt, Holly Leopardi, Andrew Ludlow, Will McGrew, William Milner, Daniele Nicolodi, Eric Oelker, Tom Parker, John M. Robinson, Stefania Romisch, Stefan A. Schaeffer, Jeffrey Sherman, Laura Sinclair, Lindsay I. Sonderhouse, William C. Swann, Jian Yao, Jun Ye, Xiaogang Zhang
Atomic clocks occupy a unique position in measurement science, exhibiting higher accuracy than any other measurement standard and underpinning six out of seven base units in the SI system. By exploiting higher resonance frequencies, optical atomic clocks

Measurement of the 27Al+ and 87Sr absolute optical frequencies

January 21, 2021
Holly Leopardi, Kyle Beloy, Tobias B. Bothwell, Samuel M. Brewer, Sarah L. Bromley, Jwo-Sy Chen, Scott Diddams, Robert J. Fasano, Youssef S. Hassan, David B. Hume, Dhruv Kedar, Colin J. Kennedy, Isaac H. Khader, David R. Leibrandt, Andrew D. Ludlow, William F. McGrew, William R. Milner, Daniele Nicolodi, Eric Oelker, Thomas E. Parker, John M. Robinson, Stefania Romisch, Jeffrey A. Sherman, Lindsay I. Sonderhouse, William C. Swann, Jian Yao, Jun Ye, Xiaogang Zhang, Tara M. Fortier
We perform absolute measurement of the 27Al+ single-ion and 87Sr neutral lattice clock frequencies at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and JILA at the University of Colorado against a global ensemble of primary frequency standards. Over

SAGE: A proposal for a Space Atomic Gravity Explorer

November 15, 2019
Nathan R. Newbury, Chris Oates, Jun Ye, Guglielmo Tino, A Bassi, G Bianco, K Bongs, L Cacciapuoti, M. L. Chiofalo, X Chen, A Derevianko, W Ertme, N Gaaloul, Patrick Gill, P. W. Graham, J. M. Hogan, L Iess, Mark Kasevich, H Katori, Carsten Klempt, X Lu, Long-Sheng Ma, H Muller, A Peters, N Poli, Rasel E, G Rosi, A Roura, C Salomon, S Schiller, W Sleich, D Schlippert, F Schreck, C Schubert, Sorrentino F, Uwe Sterr, J. W. Thomsen, G Vallone, F Vetrano, P Villoresi, W von Klitzing, P Wolf, Nan Yu, M.S. Zhan
The proposed mission \Space Atomic Gravity Explorer (SAGE) has the scientifi c objective to investigate gravitational waves, dark matter, and other fundamental aspects of gravity as well as the connection between gravitational physics and quantum physics

Coherent light brightens the frontier of quantum science and technology

February 1, 2019
Jun Ye, Margaret Murnane
The precise control of coherent light across a vast spectral span has enabled revolutionary progress in precision measurements and the quantum control of atomic, molecular, and condensed matter systems. The laser was invented about 60 years ago (1) — 30

Laser Stabilization

February 19, 2017
John L. Hall, Jun Ye, M S. Taubman
It becomes clear that there are many interlinking considerations involved in the design of-laser stabilization systems, and it is difficult to present a full description in an article such as this. Still it is hoped that the reader will see some avenues to