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Measurement and Control of Polar Molecules Using Trapped Atomic Ions

AuthorsMur-Petit, Jordi
Issue Date2013
PublisherUniversity of Warsaw
CitationQuantum Technologies Conference IV Manipulating photons, atoms, and molecules
AbstractWe have studied a hybrid quantum system composed of a trapped ion and a polar molecule, and determined analytically its collective mode eigenfrequencies. Based on this, we propose a quantum protocol relying on the ion-dipole interaction and state-dependent forces to realize a quantum phase gate between them. I will discuss our calculations and present numerical results that demonstrate that this procedure can be used to determine the electric dipole moments of a broad range of heteronuclear molecules --from alkaline-earth hydrides such as CaH, to bialkali dimers as KRb-- trapped together with an atomic ion as Ca+. I will discuss several experimental approaches to build such hybrid setups, and potential application to molecular cooling, entangling ions and molecules, and mapping ordered phases of dipoles.
DescriptionQuantum Technologies Conference IV Manipulating photons, atoms, and molecules, Warszawa, Poland, September 15 - 20 2013
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