Sensing behind metallic shields and storing information in atomic vapors using electromagnetically induced transparency

Presenting Author: Kenneth DeRose, Miami University
Contributing Author(s): Kefeng Jiang, Hong Cai, Stone Oliver, Linzhao Zhuo, Samir Bali

We consider two distinct applications of electromagnetically induced transparency in warm Rubidium vapor: magnetometric sensing of conductive targets behind thick metallic barriers for security screening; the use of twisted light to store topological information in atomic vapors. Experimental progress toward achieving these twin goals is described.

(Session 5 : Thursday from 5:00pm - 7:00 pm)


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