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We present a study of a cold strontium Rydberg gas. Using a high-resolution step-scanning technique, we perform detailed measurements of the Stark maps of selected Rydberg states. We find excellent agreement between the measured Stark maps and a numerical calculation based on an independent electron model. Finally we show that excitation of the second valence electron can be used to probe the dynamics of the Rydberg gas with nanosecond temporal resolution via autoionization. This coherence can be destroyed on sub-microsecond timescales by the application of even very small amounts of electrical noise at a rate that depends markedly on the spectral characteristics of the noise.

The mechanisms responsible for decoherence are discussed with the aid of classical and quantum simulations. The results of these simulations are in good accord with the experimental data. We have performed classical and quantum calculations for a hydrogen atom in a strong magnetic field exposed to a parallel electric field that linearly increases with time. The calculations were performed for the situation where the electron is launched from near the nucleus and for a microcanonical ensemble. For the case of low angular momentum, the classical and quantum calculations are compared.

We show that there exist stable classical trajectories at positive energy and that these contribute to the possibility of the atom surviving to strong electric fields. Since their first experimental observation, ultralong-range Rydberg molecules consisting of a highly excited Rydberg atom and a ground state atom [1, 2] have attracted the interest in the field of ultracold chemistry [3, 4]. Especially the intriguing properties such as size, polarizability and type of binding they inherit from the Rydberg atom are of interest.

An open question in the field is the reduced lifetime of the molecules compared to the corresponding atomic Rydberg states [2]. We show that the lifetimes depend on the density of ground state atoms and that this can be described in the frame of a classical scattering between the molecules and ground state atoms. We also find that the excited molecular state has an even more reduced lifetime compared to the ground state which can be attributed to an inward penetration of the bound atomic pair due to imperfect quantum reflection that takes place in the special shape of the molecular potential [5].

The internal electric field of a Rydberg atom electron can bind a polar molecule to form a giant ultralong-range stable polyatomic molecule. Such molecules not only share their properties with Rydberg atoms such as long lifetimes and large sizes but they also possess huge permanent electric dipole moments and in addition allow for coherent control of the polar molecule orientation.

In this work, we include additional Rydberg manifolds which couple to the nearly degenerate set of Rydberg states employed in the previous work S T Rittenhouse and H R Sadeghpour Phys. Ultimately, these avoided crossings enable the formation of the giant polyatomic Rydberg molecules with standard two-photon laser photoassociation techniques. We explore long-range interactions between two atoms excited into high principal quantum number n Rydberg states, and present calculated potential energy curves for various symmetries of doubly excited n s and n p rubidium atoms.

We present n -scaling relations for both the depth D e of the wells and the equilibrium separations R e of these macrodimers, and explore their response to small electric fields and stability with respect to predissociation. The behaviour of interacting ultracold Rydberg atoms in both constant electric fields and laser fields is important for designing experiments and constructing realistic models of them.

In this paper, we briefly review our prior work and present new results on how electric fields affect interacting ultracold Rydberg atoms. Specifically, we address the topics of constant background electric fields on Rydberg atom pair excitation and laser-induced Stark shifts on pair excitation. Ultracold atomic gases have been used extensively in recent years to realize textbook examples of condensed matter phenomena. Recently, phase transitions to ordered structures have been predicted for gases of highly excited, 'frozen' Rydberg atoms.

Such Rydberg crystals are a model for dilute metallic solids with tunable lattice parameters, and provide access to a wide variety of fundamental phenomena. We investigate theoretically how such structures can be created in four distinct cold atomic systems, by using tailored laser excitation in the presence of strong Rydberg—Rydberg interactions. We study in detail the experimental requirements and limitations for these systems and characterize the basic properties of small crystalline Rydberg structures in one, two and three dimensions.

We investigate the spectral properties of a finite laser-driven lattice of ultracold Rydberg atoms exploiting the dipole blockade effect in the frozen Rydberg gas regime. Uniform one-dimensional lattices as well as lattices with variable spacings are considered. In the case of a weak laser coupling, we find a multitude of many-body Rydberg states with well-defined excitation properties which are adiabatically accessible starting from the ground state. A comprehensive analysis of the degeneracies of the spectrum as well as of the single- and pair-excitation numbers of the eigenstates is performed.

In the strong laser regime, analytical solutions for the pseudo-fermionic eigenmodes are derived. Perturbative energy corrections for this approximative approach are provided. We explore the prospects for confining alkaline-earth Rydberg atoms in an optical lattice via optical dressing of the secondary core—valence electron.

Focussing on the particular case of strontium, we identify experimentally accessible magic wavelengths for simultaneous trapping of ground and Rydberg states. A detailed analysis of relevant loss mechanisms shows that the overall lifetime of such a system is limited only by the spontaneous decay of the Rydberg state, and is not significantly affected by photoionization or autoionization.

The van der Waals C 6 coefficients for the Sr 5s n s 1 S 0 Rydberg series are calculated, and we find that the interactions are attractive. Finally we show that the combination of magic-wavelength lattices and attractive interactions could be exploited to generate many-body Greenberger—Horne—Zeilinger states.

In such a Rydberg chain, similar to molecular aggregates, an electronic excitation is delocalized due to long-range dipole—dipole interactions among the atoms. The transport of an exciton that is initially trapped by a chain dislocation is strongly coupled to nuclear dynamics, forming a localized pulse of combined excitation and displacement.

This pulse transfers entanglement between dislocated atoms adiabatically along the chain. Details about the interaction and the preparation of the initial state are discussed. We also present evidence that the quantum dynamics of this complex many-body problem can be accurately described by selected quantum—classical methods, which greatly simplify investigations of excitation transport in flexible chains.

We investigate coherent and incoherent excitation transfer in a random network with dipole—dipole interactions as a model system describing energy transport, e. For this purpose, we introduce and compare two different measures the maximum output probability and the average transfer time for the efficiency of transport from the input to the output site.

We especially focus on optimal configurations which maximize the transfer efficiency and the impact of dephasing noise on the transport dynamics. For most configurations of the random network, the transfer efficiency increases when adding noise, giving rise to essentially classical transport. These noise-assisted configurations are, however, systematically less efficient than the optimal configurations.

The latter reach their highest efficiency for purely coherent dynamics, i. Collective effects, such as waves and instabilities, are integral to our understanding of most plasma phenomena. We have been able to study these in ultracold neutral plasmas by shaping the initial density distribution through spatial modulation of the ionizing laser intensity.

We describe a relay imaging system for the photoionization beam that allows us to create higher resolution features and its application to extend the observation of ion acoustic waves to shorter wavelengths. Gabbanini, R. Bisset, L. Santos, G. John Sous, Edward Grant. Many-body physics with ultracold plasmas: quenched randomness and localization. New Journal of Physics , 21 4 , Lin, L. Jin, Z. Symmetry protected topological phases characterized by isolated exceptional points. Sorantin, Irakli Titvinidze, Walter Hofstetter. Density-wave steady-state phase of dissipative ultracold fermions with nearest-neighbor interactions.

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