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Dispersive probing of atomic gases

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Concomitant with the changes in absorption associated with atom-light interactions is a variation in dispersion. From quantum teleportation to atomic interferometers, numerous experiments already exploit this dispersive interaction. In this talk, I will discuss recent experiments on using dispersive probing to enhance the determination of the non-linear parameter dependence of the Bose-Einstein condensate phase transition. Furthermore, I will discuss ongoing work at Sussex towards applying optical magnetometry to bio-magnetic systems.

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