Research

My group uses atoms and molecules to develop new tools for precision measurements. Our current research projects involve optical atomic clocks and molecular ion spectroscopy.

Recent publications

  1. Oriented polar molecules for electron EDM measurements, Atoms (2018)
  2. Displacement operators: the classical face of their quantum phase, Eur. J. Phys. (2017)
  3. A compact external-cavity diode laser, using feedback from an optical fiber, Rev. Sci. Instr. (2017)
  4. Collisional frequency shift of a trapped-ion optical clock, Phys. Rev. A (2017)
  5. Broadband low-noise photodetector for Pound-Drever-Hall laser stabilization, Rev. Sci. Instr. (2016)
  6. Frequency-offset separated oscillatory fields, Phys. Rev. A (2015)
  7. Optical frequency standards for gravitational wave detection using satellite Doppler velocimetry, New. J. Phys. (2015)

Designs

Code and hardware designs developed in my group are freely available at github.com/vuthalab.

Teaching

I teach the following courses at UofT.

Contact

MP 033 (lab), MP 1121 (office)
Department of Physics
University of Toronto
60 St. George Street
Toronto ON M5S 1A7, Canada

Phone: +1 416 946 8503
Email: amar.vutha Ͽ utoronto.ca

'MP' is the McLennan Physics building, located in UofT's downtown campus.

Support

Team

  • Nishant Bhatt
  • Mohit Verma
  • Hiromitsu Sawaoka
  • Mike Yao
  • Frederick Boyd

Get in touch if you are interested in working in my group. We have openings for graduate students and postdocs.

Undergraduates interested in either USRA or CQIQC-funded summer projects, please contact me. Note that the CQIQC deadline is Dec 23.

May 2017: Graham, Vivian, Jenny, Stefan, Reynold, Shreyas, Hiro, Nishant