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Have efforts to use Bose-Einstein condensation been successful BEC for realizing holography?

I am spending some time reading about Bose-Einstein condensation. I want to know if it ispossibleis possible to use atom lasers to realize the kind of holography traditionally associated with nano-fabrication.

Many papers say that the motivation for BEC is the aforementioned holography, but I can't find if they were able to actually realize it. I am very much a novice at searching through academic literature.

The closest I have found is the work of some Japanese scientists in the 90s who were able to makeamake 2D hologram, without a laser style beam.


Does anybody know if it was done, or possible can comment on some of the challenges.

Have efforts to use Bose-Einstein condensation been successful for realizing holography?

I am spending some time reading about Bose-Einstein condensation. I want to know if it ispossible to use atom lasers to realize the kind of holography traditionally associated with nano-fabrication.

Many papers say that the motivation for BEC is the aforementioned holography, but I can't find if they were able to actually realize it. I am very much a novice at searching through academic literature.

The closest I have found is the work of some Japanese scientists in the 90s who were able to makea 2D hologram, without a laser style beam.


Does anybody know if it was done, or possible can comment on some of the challenges.

BEC for holography?

I am spending some time reading about Bose-Einstein condensation. I want to know if it is possible to use atom lasers to realize the kind of holography traditionally associated with nano-fabrication.

Many papers say that the motivation for BEC is the aforementioned holography, but I can't find if they were able to actually realize it. I am very much a novice at searching through academic literature.

The closest I have found is the work of some Japanese scientists in the 90s who were able to make 2D hologram, without a laser style beam.


Does anybody know if it was done, or possible can comment on some of the challenges.

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Have efforts to use Bose-Einstein condensation been successful for realizing holography?

I am spending some time reading about Bose-Einstein condensation. I want to know if it ispossible to use atom lasers to realize the kind of holography traditionally associated with nano-fabrication.

Many papers say that the motivation for BEC is the aforementioned holography, but I can't find if they were able to actually realize it. I am very much a novice at searching through academic literature.

The closest I have found is the work of some Japanese scientists in the 90s who were able to makea 2D hologram, without a laser style beam.


Does anybody know if it was done, or possible can comment on some of the challenges.