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Poster Session: Friday Afternoon, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

88Sr Atoms in Driven Optical Lattices and Applications to Force Measurements

Andrea Alberti, LENS - Università di Firenze

Vapor-cell Measurement of Foreign Gas Induced Collision Shifts for the 88Sr 1S0-3P1 Transition

Tetsuya Ido, NICT

Non-Linear Interactions in Atomic Pump-Probe Optical Phenomena

Verne Jacobs, Naval Research Laboratory

Ultracold Yb for Precision Frequency Measurement

Andrew Ludlow, NIST

Evaporative Cooling of Strontium

Yenny Natali Martinez de Escobar, Rice University

Blackbody Radiation Shifts and Magic Wavelengths for Group II Atoms
Marianna Safronova, University of Delaware

Experimental Details of the Innsbruck Strontium Machine

Simon Stellmer, University of Innsbruck & IQOQI, Innsbruck, Austria

Sr Optical Lattice Clock
 
Jun Ye, JILA
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