The role of interactions in atom interferometry with Bose-Condensed atoms
In recent years, atom interferometry has become established as an indispensable tool in both fundamental and applied physics. With present state-of-the-art devices based on thermal atoms reaching limits imposed by the momentum spread of the initial atomic wavepacket, it seems natural to ask whether colder sources such as Bose-Einstein condensates may prove beneficial in advancing the precision of interferometric measurements. The thesis at hand aims to inform this question, specifically by...[Show more]
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