Professional Education


  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Rochester (2017)

All Publications


  • Free Space Ramsey Spectroscopy in Rubidium with Noise below the Quantum Projection Limit PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Malia, B. K., Martinez-Rincon, J., Wu, Y., Hosten, O., Kasevich, M. A. 2020; 125 (4)
  • Weak value amplification for nonunitary evolution PHYSICAL REVIEW A Liu, W., Martinez-Rincon, J., Howell, J. C. 2019; 100 (1)
  • Femtometer displacement resolution with phase-insensitive Doppler sensing OPTICS LETTERS Little, B. J., Martinez-Rincon, J., Bortolozzo, U., Residori, S., Howell, J. C. 2019; 44 (2): 355–58

    Abstract

    The measurement of extremely small displacements is of utmost importance for fundamental studies and practical applications. One way to estimate a small displacement is to measure the Doppler shift generated in light reflected off a moving object, converting a displacement measurement into a frequency measurement. Here we show a sensitive device capable of measuring μHz/Hz Doppler frequency shifts corresponding to tens of femtometer displacements for a mirror oscillating at 2 Hz. While the Doppler shift measured is comparable to other techniques, the position sensitivity is orders of magnitude better, and operates over several orders of magnitude of Doppler frequency range. In addition, unlike other interferometric techniques, our device is phase insensitive, making it unusually robust to noise.

    View details for DOI 10.1364/OL.44.000355

    View details for Web of Science ID 000455620100044

    View details for PubMedID 30644898