Spotlight On Researchers

A research group using the Montana Instruments Cryostation demonstrated significant increases in memory storage using an impedance matched optical cavity.

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A group uses a novel method for laser frequency stabilization.

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A demonstration of optical spin control using optically-driven Rabi oscillatons (ODROs) and stimulated Raman adiabatic passage (STIRAP) in diamond with nitrogen vacancies.

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Researchers at NIST are using tapered fibers to study the interaction of light and matter inside of nanophotonic devices.

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All-Optical Polariton Transistor

Posted 4 September, 2014

One of the research groups using the Montana Instruments Cryostation has developed an optical polariton transistor capable of amplification, cascadability, and logic operations.

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A research group is using a diamond anvil cell mounted inside of a Montana Instruments Cryostation to subject InAs quantum dot samples to pressures of up to 6.58 GPa in order to study single-photon emissions at 4 K.

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A research group using the Nanocale Workstation is studying nonlinear optical properties of two-dimensional semiconductors, transition metal-dichalcogenides and topological insulators.

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One of the research groups using the Montana Instruments Cryostation is investigating the use of photonic crystals to enhance the coupling to solid state qubits.

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One of the researchers using the Montana Instruments Cryostation has developed a method for forming single-crystal diamond (SCD) mechanical resonators and has demonstrated high mechanical quality factors in excess of 300,000.

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Cooling to cryogenic temperatures is essential for studying the fundamental properties of nanostructures such as quantum dots.

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