9 February 2007 Developments toward atomic quantum sensors
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In this proceeding we present ongoing projects concerning high resolution measurements developed for future space missions based on ultracold atoms at the Institut fur Quantenoptik (IQ) of the Leibniz-Universitat Hannover. This work involves the realization of a Bose Einstein condensate in microgravitational environment and an inertial atomic quantum sensor.
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T. van Zoest, T. van Zoest, T. Müller, T. Müller, T. Wendrich, T. Wendrich, M. Gilowski, M. Gilowski, E. M. Rasel, E. M. Rasel, T. Könemann, T. Könemann, C. Lämmerzahl, C. Lämmerzahl, H. J. Dittus, H. J. Dittus, A. Vogel, A. Vogel, K. Bongs, K. Bongs, K. Sengstock, K. Sengstock, W. Lewoczko, W. Lewoczko, A. Peters, A. Peters, T. Steinmetz, T. Steinmetz, J. Reichel, J. Reichel, G. Nandi, G. Nandi, W. Schleich, W. Schleich, R. Walser, R. Walser, W. Ertmer, W. Ertmer, } "Developments toward atomic quantum sensors", Proc. SPIE 6483, Complex Light and Optical Forces, 648306 (9 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.704287; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.704287
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