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Our broad research in the field of atomic physics – not only to gain fundamental knowledge, but also to aim for technological advances such as a single photon source or a high performance gas sensor – requires a versatile apparatus of equipment and technology. One aspect of such technology is to master the production and development of glass-based vapor cells in all shapes and sizes.

 

Scientists and engineers from the 5th Physical Institute and the Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW) recently have found a way to insert optical fibers into atomic vapor cells [1]. The joint project of the two institutes pushed things even further: Instead of having a 'traditional' cell, they used a hollow segment of the optical fiber directly as the vapor cell [2].

The details and the scientific analysis of the new technology have been published in Applied Optics:

[1] D.Weller, A. Yilmaz, H. Kübler, and R.Löw,
     Appl. Opt. Vol. 56, Issue 5, pp. 1546-1549 (2017)
[2] J. Gutekunst, D. Weller, H. Kübler, J.-P. Negel, M. Abdou Ahmed, T. Graf, and R. Löw
     Applied Optics Vol. 56, Issue 21, pp. 5898-5902 (2017)

 

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