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Search Publications by: Wesley Brand (Assoc)

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Optimal binary gratings for multi-wavelength magneto-optical traps

November 20, 2023
Oliver Burrow, Robert Fasano, Michael Wright, Wesley Brand, Wenbo Li, Andrew Ludlow, Erling Riis, Paul Griffin, Aidan Arnold
Grating magneto-optical traps are an enabling quantum technology for portable metrological devices with ultracold atoms. However, beam diffraction efficiency and angle are affected by wavelength, creating a single-optic design challenge for laser cooling

Characterization and suppression of background light shifts in an optical lattice clock

April 8, 2021
Robert J. Fasano, Yun Jhih Chen, Will McGrew, Wesley J. Brand, Richard W. Fox, Andrew Ludlow
Experiments involving optical traps often require precise control of the ac Stark shifts induced by strong confining light fields. By carefully balancing light shifts between two atomic states of interest, optical traps at the magic wavelength have been

Infrared Astronomical Spectroscopy and Radial Velocity Measurements with Precision Below 10 cm/s

August 9, 2018
Andrew J. Metcalf, Tyler Anderson, Chad F. Bender, Wesley Brand, David Carlson, Scott Diddams, Connor Fredrick, S. Halverson, Daniel D. Hickstein, Fred Hearty, Jeffrey M. Jennings, Shubham Kanodia, Kyle Kaplan, Emily Lubar, Suvrath Mahadevan, Andrew Monson, Joe P. Ninan, Colin Nitroy, Scott Papp, L. Ramsey, Paul Robertson, Arpita Roy, Christian Schwab, Kartik Srinivasan, Gudmundur Stefansson, Ryan C. Terrien
We detail the first infrared precision astronomical spectroscopy results from the combination of an electro-optic laser frequency comb and the Habitable Zone Planet Finder spectrograph at the 10 m Hobby-Eberly telescope.