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Next generation of high-accuracy optical clocks based on composite laser-pulses spectroscopy

par Caroline CHAMPENOIS - publié le

séminaire du laboratoire
jeudi 27 avril 14:00 service 322 campus Saint-Jérôme

Thomas Zanon-Willette

LERMA, Observatoire de Paris, PSL Research University, CNRS, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ. Paris 06, F-75005,

abstract :

Optical clock interrogation protocols, based on laser-pulse spectroscopy, are suffering from probe-induced frequency-shifts and their variations induced by laser power. Original Hyper-Ramsey probing scheme, which was proposed to alleviate those issues, does not apply below fractional frequency changes of 10−18 when decoherence and relaxation by spontaneous emission or collisions are present. We present a universal interrogation protocol based on composite laser-pulses spectroscopy with phase-modulation for both fermionic and bosonic optical clocks, eliminating probe-induced frequency-shifts at all orders even in presence of various dissipative processes. This scheme, using a magic combination of ±π/4 and ±3π/4 phase-modulated generalized Hyper-Ramsey resonances, extremely robust to errors in laser parameters, can be applied to atomic, molecular and nuclear frequency metrology, mass spectrometry and precision spectroscopy.
REFERENCES
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contact : Marco Minissale et Caroline Champenois

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