|Title||An integrated mirror and surface ion trap with a tunable trap location|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||A van Rynbach, P Maunz, and J Kim|
|Journal||Applied Physics Letters|
|Pagination||221108 - 221108|
We report a demonstration of a surface ion trap fabricated directly on a highly reflective mirror surface, which includes a secondary set of radio frequency (RF) electrodes allowing for translation of the quadrupole RF null location. We introduce a position-dependent photon scattering rate for a 174Yb+ ion in the direction perpendicular to the trap surface using a standing wave of retroreflected light off the mirror surface directly below the trap. Using this setup, we demonstrate the capability of fine-tuning the RF trap location with nanometer scale precision and characterize the charging effects of the dielectric mirror surface upon exposure to ultra-violet light.
|Short Title||Applied Physics Letters|