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iSense: A Technology Platform for Cold Atom Based Quantum Technologies

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A breakthrough in cold atom quantum technology is hindered by a bottleneck in the supporting technologies. We discuss a cold atom technology platform developed within the European iSense project, aiming at a gravimeter as demonstrator.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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