Mr Karun Paul

Mr Karun Paul
Position
PhD student
Department
Department of Quantum Science
Quantum Science & Technology
Email
Office
Cockcroft 4 36

Research publications

Journal article

Everett J, Vernaz-Gris P, Campbell G, Tranter A, Paul K, Leung A, Lam P, Buchler B
Time-reversed and coherently enhanced memory: A single-mode quantum atom-optic memory without a cavity
Physical Review A 98, 6() 1-7
Tranter A, Slatyer H, Hush M, Leung A, Everett J, Paul K, Vernaz-Gris P, Lam P, Buchler B, Campbell G
Multiparameter optimisation of a magneto-optical trap using deep learning
Nature Communications 9() 7
Vernaz-Gris P, Tranter A, Everett J, Leung A, Paul K, Campbell G, Lam P, Buchler B
High-performance Raman memory with spatio-temporal reversal
Optics Express 26, 10() 12424-12431

Conference paper

Lau W, Leung A, Paul K, Tranter A, Campbell G, Weinhold T, Lam P, White A, Buchler B
Towards storage of sub-megahertz single photons in gradient echo memory [Pdf]
2019 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe & European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2019 ()
Leung A, Tranter A, Paul K, Everett J, Vernaz-Gris P, Higginbottom D, Campbell G, Lam P, Buchler B
Extending Gradient Echo Memory Using Machine Learning and Single Photons
2018 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim, CLEO-PR 2018 ()
Buchler B, Everett J, Cho Y, Tranter A, Slatyer H, Hush M, Paul K, Vernaz-Gris P, Leung A, Higginbottom D, Lam P, Campbell G
Stopped and stationary light with cold atomic ensembles and machine learning
CLEO: QELS_Fundamental Science, CLEO_QELS 2018 ()

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