Author Archives: drjmillen
James was invited to join the Generation |Y⟩ initiative, of millennial quantum scientists starting their own research groups. It was an incredible meeting, with a huge amount of knowledge sharing and support.
Well done Yanhui & Maryam, first nanorods trapped in London! These silicon nanorods are 600nm lond and about 130nm in diameter. The blue data shows the spectrum of a nanorod trapped by linearly polarized light, and the red data a … Continue reading
You can find a pre-print of our levitated optomechanics article on arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1907.08198 Optomechanics with Levitated Particles – Millen, Monteiro, Pettit, Vamivakas
We are very pleased to have Inca Robinson join us as a King’s Undergraduate Research Fellow. She will spend the next 6 weeks studying the concept of “macroscopic” in quantum physics.
Levitation in our electromechanics experiment! Seriously speedy work from Katie and Muddassar.
Dr. Maryam Nikkhou joins our group today, to focus on rotational optomechanics. Very pleased to have you onboard, Maryam.
Congratulations to the whole team for a swift and smooth move into our new lab, watch this space for the first results!