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Hybrid Quantum Systems

Our second machine features a BEC-cryostat interface devised to introduce cryogenically cooled devices and materials in close proximity to a Rubidium Bose condensate for applications including micron-scale magnetic sensing and optomechanics. We are currently performing studies of optomechanical systems in a variety of material platforms including silicon nitride membranes, graphene nanoresonators and microtoroidal resonators that are interfaced to ultracold atomic gases. Such hybrid quantum systems are promising platforms for precision measurements, quantum transduction and information processing.  

The lectures from the ITAMP/B2 Institute Winter School on Hybrid Quantum Systems can be accessed on youtube-