Data set for publication 'Enhanced ion–cavity coupling through cavity cooling in the strong coupling regime'
datasetposted on 15.10.2020 by Matthias Keller, Costas Marios Christoforou, Hiroki Takahashi, Ezra Kassa, Corentin Pignot
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Data set for the figures in the publication 'Enhanced ion–cavity coupling through cavity cooling in the strong coupling regime.
Scientific Reports 10, 15693 (2020)'
The data are the ones to produce the figures in the publication. Details can be found within the spreadsheet.
Incorporating optical cavities in ion traps is becoming increasingly important in the development of photonic quantum networks. However, the presence of the cavity can hamper efficient laser cooling of ions because of geometric constraints that the cavity imposes and an unfavourable Purcell effect that can modify the cooling dynamics substantially. On the other hand the coupling of the ion to the cavity can also be exploited to provide a mechanism to efficiently cool the ion. In this paper we demonstrate experimentally how cavity cooling can be implemented to improve the localisation of the ion and thus its coupling to the cavity. By using cavity cooling we obtain an enhanced ion–cavity coupling of 2π×(16.7±0.1) MHz, compared with 2π×(15.2±0.1) MHz when using only Doppler cooling.