OPTICA 08/2022 – publication of the article

An international team of researchers from the University of St Andrews, the University of Adelaide, the University of Arizona and the Institute of Scientific Instruments of the Czech Academy of Sciences presented a way to cool with laser beam the translational motion of two or more nanoobjects to temperatures colder than the depths of the universe. Such low temperatures and appropriate experimental protocols are expected to allow the observation of subtle quantum effects, such as quantum entanglement of the mechanical motion of two nanoobjects - considered as "macroscopic objects" in the quantum world.

Optica 08/2022- article


The success of the international team is reported by

University of St Andrews