Rydberg atoms in optical tweezers are great for quantum technologies! We are building the first Italian platform based on programmable arrays of optically trapped neutral atoms. We use strontium, which provides states with long coherence time and state-selective transitions enabling advanced manipulation and readout schemes for novel approaches to quantum simulation and quantum computation.

Vladislav Gavryusev has received a grant for his project MicroSpinEnergy funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUR) and has become a fixed-term researcher in Physics of Matter at the Department of Physics and Astronomy. In the next three years he will translate advanced microscopy methods to investigate quantum spin models and energy transport in finely engineered systems of Sr atoms in optical tweezers with single particle control.

Sr people

Andrea Fantini
Phd Student
Veronica Giardini
Phd Student
Luca Guariento
Phd Student
Shawn Storm
Phd Student
Vladislav Gavryusev
Research Fellow
Jacopo Catani
Scientific Staff
Massimo Inguscio
Scientific Staff
Leonardo Fallani
Scientific Staff
Giacomo Cappellini
Scientific Staff
Former members:
Francesco Scazza

Sr contacts

For further information, request of material, job opportunities, please contact:

Giacomo Cappellini
(cappellini@lens.unifi.it)

Leonardo Fallani
(fallani@lens.unifi.it)