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Dr. Brian DeMarco, Assistant Professor
Department of Physics, University of Illinois, IL, USA
Tel.: 217 244 9848

Dr. Brian DeMarco has bought two Ti:Sapphire lasers (TIS-SF-07 + TIS-SF-077) in 2005.

The DeMarco group is currently setting up an experiment to realize quantum simulation (QS) of quantum magnetism using trapped, ultra-cold atoms. Particularly relevant journal articles are quant-ph/0207011, Feynmann's original paper conjecturing quantum simulation, and Science 273, 1073 (1996). There is a brief list of bibliographical highlights on QS of quantum magnetism using ultra-cold atoms located at this link.

Flagship model of 15-kHz-linewidth CW Ti:Sapphire laser TIS-SF-777

CW single-frequency ring Ti:Sapphire laser model TIS-SF-07

Frequency-stabilized CW single-frequescy ring Dye laser DYE-SF-077

Resonant Frequency Doubler for CW single-frequency lasers, model FD-SF-07

Combined CW Ti:Sapphire/Dye laser with intracavity frequency doubling, model TIS/DYE-FD-08

Combined CW single-frequency laser system based on Ti:Sapphire and Dye laser TIS/DYE-SF-07

Meetings and publications

Midwestern Cold Atom Workshop
November 19, 2005
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Physics Department
Loomis Labs (1110 W Green St, Urbana), room: 464 / 430A

Participating groups:

Cheng (University of Chicago)
DeMarco (University of Illinois)
Lafyatis (Ohio State)
Argonne National Lab
Monroe (University of Michigan) / Rabchuk (Western Illinois University)
Raithel (University of Michigan)
Saffman (University of Wisconsin)
Shahriar (Northwestern)
Walker (University of Wisconsin)

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