Our research interests are centered on the development of quantum sensors of rotation and acceleration based on cold atoms (quantum metrology), the application of these sensors to the tests of General Relativity, the investigation of many-body quantum effects in Bose-condensed vapors (including quantum simulation), and the investigation of ultra-fast laser-induced phenomena.
- P. Asenbaum, C. Overstreet, T. Kovachy, D. D. Brown, J. M. Hogan and M. A. Kasevich, Phase Shift in an Atom Interferometer due to Spacetime Curvature across its Wave Function, Physical Review Letters, 118, 183602 (2017).
- N. J. Engelsen, R. Krishnakumar, O. Hosten, and M. A. Kasevich, Bell Correlations in Spin-Squeezed States of 500 000 Atoms, Physical Review Letters, 118, 140401 (2017).
- T. Juffmann, B. B. Klopfer, T. L. Frankort, P. Haslinger, and M. A. Kasevich, Multi-pass microscopy, Nature Communications, 7, 12858 (2016).
- O. Hosten, R. Krishnakumar, N. J. Engelsen and M. A. Kasevich, Quantum Phase Magnification, Science, 352, 6293, 1552-1555 (2016).
- O. Hosten, N. J. Engelsen, R. Krishnakumar, and M. A. Kasevich, Measurement noise 100 times lower than the quantum-projection limit using entangled atoms, Nature, 529, 505-508 (2016).
- T. Kovachy, P. Asenbaum, C. Overstreet, C. A. Donnelly, S. M. Dickerson, A. Sugarbaker, J. M. Hogan and M. A. Kasevich, Quantum superposition at the half-metre scale, Nature, 528, 530–533 (2015).