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- Fabrication of atom chips with femtosecond laser ablation
- Wolff, H.; Whitlock, S.; Lowe, M.; Wang, J.; Hall, B. V.; Sidovor, A.; Hannaford, P.
- We report on the development of a new microfabrication technique for atom chips which is based on femtosecond laser ablation of thin films and allows the production of arbitrary patterns of microwires. We describe the ablation procedure and present the results of microwire quality analysis, which involves SEM imaging and magnetic field microscopy. We also discuss the designs of magnetic fields above the microwires using particular patterns of wire edges. Simulations of the magnetic fields are compared with the magnetic sensor measurements.
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences. Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy
- Proceedings of 'Quantum-Atom Optics Downunder', the OSA Topical Meeting (OSA/QAO 2007), Wollongong, Australia, 03-06 December 2007
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- Arbitrary patterns of microwires; Atom chips; Femtosecond laser ablation; Magnetic field microscopy; Magnetic sensor measurements; Microfabrication technique; Microwire quality analysis; SEM imaging; Thin films
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