Research Output per year
Single atom imaging requires discrimination of weak photon count events above background and has typically been performed using either EMCCD cameras, photomultiplier tubes or single photon counting modules. sCMOS provides a cost effective and highly scalable alternative to other single atom imaging technologies, offering fast readout and larger sensor dimensions. We demonstrate the first single atom resolved imaging of two site-addressable single atom traps separated by 10 μm using an sCMOS camera, offering a competitive signal-to-noise ratio at intermediate count rates to allow high fidelity readout discrimination (error < 10−6) and sub-μm spatial resolution for applications in quantum technologies.
|Date made available||11 Sep 2017|
|Publisher||University of Strathclyde|
|Date of data production||4 Sep 2017|
Projects per year
Pritchard, J. (Creator), Picken, C. J. (Creator), LEGAIE, R. (Creator) (11 Sep 2017). Data for "Single Atom Imaging with an sCMOS camera". University of Strathclyde. data(.zip). 10.15129/34f8d6d7-13a1-4e7a-b9df-45ece200d9d6