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Paper on holographic optical tweezer arrays is out

Apr 3, 2023

In this work, we demonstrate that holographic metasurfaces can generate versatile optical tweezer arrays. We demonstrate exotic lattice geometries in 1D, 2D, and 3D, including necklace, triangular, Kagome, honeycomb, twisted bilayer. We are excited to apply this for the generation of atomic tweezer arrays. In collaboration with our Columbia colleagues Nanfang Yu and Ana Asenjo-Garcia, and thanks to Xiaoyan Huang and Weijun Yuan for leading this effort! Link: Prog. Quantum Electron. 100470 (2023)

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