Hanımeli, Ekim T. — Combining Bragg and Raman processes for novel interferometry topologies

Bragg and Raman are the two most important techniques to form beam splitters in atom interferometry. While often used for the same purpose, the two techniques have different physical characteristics that can be exploited in different ways. This allows two methods to be combined to create interesting novel interferometry topologies, such as quantum clock interferometry. In this presentation I will talk about some of the possibilities that utilize a combination of Bragg and Raman transitions, and the new laser system built for Quantus-1 that is able to implement both processes.