Lindsay Sonderhouse

University of Colorado Boulder

OpticsPhysicsLattice (order)Frequency combAtomic physicsFermi Gamma-ray Space TelescopeMaterials scienceAtomic clockCondensed matter physicsStability (probability)OptoelectronicsStrontiumLaserSiliconAbsorption (electromagnetic radiation)Degenerate energy levelsFermi gasCoherence (physics)Optical lattice

43Publications

12H-index

1,204Citations

Publications 42

Newest

#1Christian Sanner (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 19

#2Lindsay Sonderhouse (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 12

Last. Jun Ye (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 126

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Disentangling Pauli blocking of atomic decay from cooperative radiation and atomic motion in a 2D Fermi gas

#1Thomas BilitewskiH-Index: 8

#2Asier Piñeiro OrioliH-Index: 6

Last. Ana Maria Rey (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 62

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The observation of Pauli blocking of atomic spontaneous decay via direct measurements of the atomic population requires the use of long-lived atomic gases where quantum statistics, atom recoil and cooperative radiative processes are all relevant. We develop a theoretical framework capable of simultaneously accounting for all these effects in a regime where prior theoretical approaches based on semi-classical non-interacting or interacting frozen atom approximations fail. We apply it to atoms in ...

#1Christian SannerH-Index: 19

#2Lindsay SonderhouseH-Index: 12

Last. Jun YeH-Index: 126

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Spontaneous decay of an excited atomic state is a fundamental process that originates from the interaction between matter and vacuum modes of the electromagnetic field. The rate of decay can thus be engineered by modifying the density of final states of the joint atom-photon system. Imposing suitable boundary conditions on the electromagnetic field has been shown to alter the density of vacuum modes near the atomic transition, resulting in modified atomic decay rates. Here we report the first ex...

#1Holly LeopardiH-Index: 11

#2Kyle BeloyH-Index: 11

Last. Tara M. FortierH-Index: 38

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#1Martha I. BodineH-Index: 3

#2Jean-Daniel DeschênesH-Index: 2

Last. Jwo-Sy ChenH-Index: 9

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#1Lindsay Sonderhouse (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 12

#2Christian Sanner (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 19

Last. Jun Ye (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 126

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Many-body quantum systems can exhibit a striking degree of symmetry unparallelled in their classical counterparts. In real materials SU(N) symmetry is an idealization, but this symmetry is pristinely realized in fully controllable ultracold alkaline-earth atomic gases. Here, we study an SU(N)-symmetric Fermi liquid of 87Sr atoms, where N can be tuned to be as large as 10. In the deeply degenerate regime, we show through precise measurements of density fluctuations and expansion dynamics that the...

#3K. Beloy (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 13

#4Martha I. Bodine (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 3

Last. Scott A. Diddams (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 95

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Atomic clocks occupy a unique position in measurement science, exhibiting higher accuracy than any other measurement standard and underpinning six out of seven base units in the SI system. By exploiting higher resonance frequencies, optical atomic clocks now achieve greater stability and lower frequency uncertainty than existing primary standards. Here, we report frequency ratios of the ^{27}l^+ ^{171}b and ^{87}r optical clocks in Boulder, Colorado, measured across an optical networ...

#1Nicholas Nardelli (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 2

#2K. Beloy (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 13

Last. Xiaogang Zhang (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology)H-Index: 12

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We demonstrate optical frequency comparison of the 171Yb, 27Al+ and 87Sr atomic clocks with measurement uncertainties below 1 part in 1017, and discuss how phase-coherent and synchronous clock comparisons can be used to improve measurement stability.

#1Lindsay SonderhouseH-Index: 12

#2Christian SannerH-Index: 19

Last. Jun YeH-Index: 126

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#1Thomas BilitewskiH-Index: 8

#2Lindsay SonderhouseH-Index: 12

Last. Jun YeH-Index: 126

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Jun Ye

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Eric Oelker

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Ross B. Hutson

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Christian Sanner

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Akihisa Goban

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