Optics, Laser, Atomic physics, Optical lattice and Spectroscopy are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Phase and Optics. He has included themes like Optoelectronics, Optical fiber and Light field in his Laser study.
His Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quantum state, Electron, Molecule and Degenerate energy levels. The Optical lattice study combines topics in areas such as Atomic clock, Dipole and Bloch oscillations. His Spectroscopy study incorporates themes from Spectral resolution, Sideband and Optical frequency comb.
Jun Ye mostly deals with Optics, Atomic physics, Laser, Spectroscopy and Optical lattice. His research integrates issues of Optoelectronics and Phase in his study of Optics. His study in Atomic physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Laser cooling, Dipole and Molecule.
His work deals with themes such as Phase noise and Jitter, which intersect with Laser. His Spectroscopy research integrates issues from Spectral resolution, Absorption and Analytical chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Optical lattice brings together such families of science as Quantum and Quantum mechanics.
Jun Ye mainly investigates Atomic physics, Optical lattice, Quantum, Optics and Atomic clock. His study focuses on the intersection of Atomic physics and fields such as Electron with connections in the field of Electric dipole moment. The various areas that Jun Ye examines in his Optical lattice study include Quantum mechanics, Degenerate energy levels and Fermi gas.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical physics and Coherence in addition to Quantum. Optics and Spectroscopy are commonly linked in his work. While the research belongs to areas of Spectroscopy, Jun Ye spends his time largely on the problem of Optoelectronics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Frequency comb and Molecular spectroscopy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atomic physics, Quantum, Optical lattice, Atomic clock and Spectroscopy. His Atomic physics research integrates issues from Optical clock, Molecule, Chemical polarity, Strontium and Magnetic field. Jun Ye combines subjects such as Fermi gas, Fermion, Sensitivity, Excited state and Degenerate energy levels with his study of Optical lattice.
His Spectroscopy study incorporates themes from Frequency comb, Optoelectronics, Quantum state, Buckminsterfullerene and Infrared spectroscopy. His Coherence research is within the category of Optics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Harmonic and Frequency drift.
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A High Phase-Space-Density Gas of Polar Molecules
K.-K. Ni;S. Ospelkaus;M. H. G. de Miranda;A. Pe'er.
Direct link between microwave and optical frequencies with a 300 THz femtosecond laser comb
Scott A. Diddams;David J. Jones;Jun Ye;Steven T. Cundiff.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Cold and ultracold molecules: science, technology and applications
Lincoln D Carr;David DeMille;Roman V Krems;Jun Ye.
New Journal of Physics (2009)
Colloquium: Femtosecond optical frequency combs
Steven T. Cundiff;Jun Ye.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2003)
Optical atomic clocks
Andrew D. Ludlow;Martin M. Boyd;Jun Ye;E. Peik.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2015)
An optical lattice clock with accuracy and stability at the 10 −18 level
B. J. Bloom;B. J. Bloom;T. L. Nicholson;T. L. Nicholson;J. R. Williams;J. R. Williams;J. R. Williams;S. L. Campbell;S. L. Campbell.
Quantum-State Controlled Chemical Reactions of Ultracold Potassium-Rubidium Molecules
S. Ospelkaus;K.-K. Ni;D. Wang;M. H. G. de Miranda.
Sr lattice clock at 1 x 10(-16) fractional uncertainty by remote optical evaluation with a Ca clock.
A. D. Ludlow;T. Zelevinsky;G. K. Campbell;S. Blatt.
Two-orbital SU(N) magnetism with ultracold alkaline-earth atoms
Alexey Vyacheslavovich Gorshkov;M. Hermele;V. Gurarie;C Xu.
Nature Physics (2010)
Cavity opto-mechanics using an optically levitated nanosphere
D. E. Chang;C. A. Regal;S. B. Papp;D. J. Wilson.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
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