Manas MUKHERJEEPhD, University of Heidelberg, Germany (2004)
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A single or few ions trapped in a linear radiofrequency ion trap and laser cooled to low temperatures provide a simple and clean quantum system. A linear chain of such ions is equivalent to a chain of quantum oscillators. We prepare such systems for different kind of studies including emulating condensed matter systems, understanding the inherent geometry of a quantum system and tests of fundamental physics. We are also interested in using trapped ions for quantum information processing and metrology. In parallel we are also developing surface based ion trap chips.
Ion trap setup with multiple configuration
“Testing many-body theories below the 1% level”, D. De Munshi, T. Dutta, R. Rebhi and M. Mukherjee, Phys. Rev. A 90, 012509 (R) (2015).
“Space charge and collective oscillation of ion cloud in a linear Paul trap”, P. Mandal, S. Das, D. De Munshi, T. Dutta, M. Mukherjee, Int. J. of Mass Spectr. 364, 16–20 (2014).
“Ramp Dynamics of Phonons in an Ion Trap: Entanglement Generation and Cooling”, T. Dutta, M. Mukherjee and K. Sengupta Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 170406 (2013).
“Non-equilibrium phonon dynamics in trapped-ion systems”, T. Dutta, M. Mukherjee and K. Sengupta Phys. Rev. A 85, 036401 (2012).
“Parity Nonconservation in odd-isotopes of single trapped atomic ions”, B. K. Sahoo, P. Mandal and M. Mukherjee Phys. Rev. A 83, 030502(R) (2011).
“Quantum metrology to probe atomic parity nonconservation”, P. Mandal and M. Mukherjee Phys. Rev. A (Rapid Comm.) 82, 050101(R) (2010).
“Radium ion: A candidate for measuring atomic parity violation”, P. Mandal, A. Sen and M. Mukherjee, Hyp. Int. 196, 261 (2010).