Strong coupling and active cooling in a finite-temperature hybrid atom-cavity system
Physical Review A 105, 013707 (2022)
Optimal State Choice for Rydberg-Atom Microwave Sensors
Physical Review Applied 16, 024008 (2021)
Hybrid quantum devices: Guest editorial
Applied Physics Letters 118, 240401 (2021)
An introduction to the APL Special Issue on “Hybrid Quantum Devices” by the guest editors.
Scalable Qubit Arrays (SQuAre)
This project is an EPSRC Prosperity Partnership with M Squared Lasers that aims to develop a new platform for quantum computing based on scalable arrays of neutral atoms that is able to overcome the challenges to scaling of competing technologies. We will develop new hardware to cool and trap arrays of over 100 qubits that will be used to perform both analogue and digital quantum simulation by exploiting the strong long-range interactions of highly excited Rydberg atoms. Together with the quantum software team lead by Prof. Andrew Daley, we will design new analogue and digital algorithms tailored for the neutral-atom platform to target industrially-relevant computation and optimisation problems.
Scalable Qubit Arrays (SQuAre)
Rydberg atom quantum technologies
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 53, 012002 (2020)
Entanglement of neutral-atom qubits with long ground-Rydberg coherence times
Quantum Science and Technology 4, 015011 (2018)
Sub-kilohertz excitation lasers for quantum information processing with Rydberg atoms
Journal of the Optical Society of America B 35, 892 (2018)
ARC:Alkali Rydberg Calculator
An open-source python library for calculating properties of Alkali Rydberg atoms developed with Nikola Sibalic, Charles Adams and Kevin Weatherill at JQC in Durham. Full details on the arXiv:1612.05529 - download source from GitHub.

ARC:Alkali Rydberg Calculator
ARC: An open-source library for calculating properties of alkali Rydberg atoms
Computer Physics Communications 220, 319–331 (2017)
Single atom imaging with an sCMOS camera
Applied Physics Letters 111, 164102 (2017)
Single atom imaging requires discrimination of weak photon count events above the background and has typically been performed using …