Controlled Bose-condensed sources for atom interferometry
This thesis contributes to the debate over the viability of using Bose-condensed sources to improve the sensitivity of atom interferometers. Specifically, we present theoretical investigations into (1) the effect of source momentum width on large momentum transfer (LMT) atom interferometry with Bragg pulses, and (2) the prospect of stabilising a high flux, narrow linewidth, continuously pumped atom laser via measurement-based feedback control of the BEC that forms the lasing mode of the atom...[Show more]
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