Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1088/2040-8978/18/9/093001
Title: Roadmap on quantum optical systems
Authors: Dumke, Rainer 
Lu, Zehuang
Close, John
Robins, Nick
Weis, Antoine
Mukherjee, Manas 
Birkl, Gerhard
Hufnagel, Christoph 
Amico, Luigi
Boshier, Malcolm G
Dieckmann, Kai 
Li, Wenhui 
Killian, Thomas C
Keywords: Science & Technology
Physical Sciences
Optics
quantum optical systems
quantum measurements
quantum information
quantum gases
quantum optics
BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATION
NOBEL LECTURE
ATOM OPTICS
SUPERFLUID
GAS
MANIPULATION
TRANSITION
TRANSPORT
CONSTANT
DYNAMICS
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2016
Publisher: IOP PUBLISHING LTD
Citation: Dumke, Rainer, Lu, Zehuang, Close, John, Robins, Nick, Weis, Antoine, Mukherjee, Manas, Birkl, Gerhard, Hufnagel, Christoph, Amico, Luigi, Boshier, Malcolm G, Dieckmann, Kai, Li, Wenhui, Killian, Thomas C (2016-09-01). Roadmap on quantum optical systems. JOURNAL OF OPTICS 18 (9). ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1088/2040-8978/18/9/093001
Abstract: This roadmap bundles fast developing topics in experimental optical quantum sciences, addressing current challenges as well as potential advances in future research. We have focused on three main areas: quantum assisted high precision measurements, quantum information/simulation, and quantum gases. Quantum assisted high precision measurements are discussed in the first three sections, which review optical clocks, atom interferometry, and optical magnetometry. These fields are already successfully utilized in various applied areas. We will discuss approaches to extend this impact even further. In the quantum information/simulation section, we start with the traditionally successful employed systems based on neutral atoms and ions. In addition the marvelous demonstrations of systems suitable for quantum information is not progressing, unsolved challenges remain and will be discussed. We will also review, as an alternative approach, the utilization of hybrid quantum systems based on superconducting quantum devices and ultracold atoms. Novel developments in atomtronics promise unique access in exploring solid-state systems with ultracold gases and are investigated in depth. The sections discussing the continuously fast-developing quantum gases include a review on dipolar heteronuclear diatomic gases, Rydberg gases, and ultracold plasma. Overall, we have accomplished a roadmap of selected areas undergoing rapid progress in quantum optics, highlighting current advances and future challenges. These exciting developments and vast advances will shape the field of quantum optics in the future.
Source Title: JOURNAL OF OPTICS
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/229475
ISSN: 20408978
20408986
DOI: 10.1088/2040-8978/18/9/093001
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