Murray Douglas BARRETTPhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Ga, USA (2002)
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Dr. Barrett's research has shifted towards high precision metrology and focusses on the advancement optical atomic clocks. The CQT clock is based on singly-ionized lutetium, which provides three suitable clock transitions within the one atom. Two of these transitions have favourable systematics compared to world-leading clock systems. His group hopes to further clock performance with a multi-ion system to improve clock stability.
Kyle. J. Arnold, Rattakorn Kaewuam, Arpan Roy, Ting Rei Tan, and Murray D. Barrett. A near temperature-independent atomic clock. arXiv preprint arXiv:1712.00240 (2017).
R. Kaewuam, et. al. Laser Spectroscopy of 176Lu+, J. Mod. Optics, DOI: 10.1080/09500340.2017.1411539.
K. J. Arnold et al., Suppression of Clock Shifts at Magnetic-Field-Insensitive transitions, Phys. Rev. Lett, vol. 117, 160802, 2016.
K. J. Arnold et al., Observation of the 1S0 to 3D1 clock transition in 175Lu+, Phys. Rev. A, vol. 94, 052512, 2016.
E. Paez et al., Atomic properties of Lu+, Phys. Rev. A, vol. 93, 042112, 2016.