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@article{Wiesinger:2023:10.1063/5.0170629,
author = {Wiesinger, M and Stuhlmann, F and Bohman, M and Micke, P and Will, C and Yildiz, H and Abbass, F and Arndt, BP and Devlin, JA and Erlewein, S and Fleck, M and Jäger, JI and Latacz, BM and Schweitzer, D and Umbrazunas, G and Wursten, E and Blaum, K and Matsuda, Y and Mooser, A and Quint, W and Soter, A and Walz, J and Smorra, C and Ulmer, S},
doi = {10.1063/5.0170629},
journal = {Rev Sci Instrum},
title = {Trap-integrated fluorescence detection with silicon photomultipliers for sympathetic laser cooling in a cryogenic Penning trap.},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/5.0170629},
volume = {94},
year = {2023}
}

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TY  - JOUR
AB - We present a fluorescence-detection system for laser-cooled 9Be+ ions based on silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) operated at 4 K and integrated into our cryogenic 1.9 T multi-Penning-trap system. Our approach enables fluorescence detection in a hermetically sealed cryogenic Penning-trap chamber with limited optical access, where state-of-the-art detection using a telescope and photomultipliers at room temperature would be extremely difficult. We characterize the properties of the SiPM in a cryocooler at 4 K, where we measure a dark count rate below 1 s-1 and a detection efficiency of 2.5(3)%. We further discuss the design of our cryogenic fluorescence-detection trap and analyze the performance of our detection system by fluorescence spectroscopy of 9Be+ ion clouds during several runs of our sympathetic laser-cooling experiment.
AU - Wiesinger,M
AU - Stuhlmann,F
AU - Bohman,M
AU - Micke,P
AU - Will,C
AU - Yildiz,H
AU - Abbass,F
AU - Arndt,BP
AU - Devlin,JA
AU - Erlewein,S
AU - Fleck,M
AU - Jäger,JI
AU - Latacz,BM
AU - Schweitzer,D
AU - Umbrazunas,G
AU - Wursten,E
AU - Blaum,K
AU - Matsuda,Y
AU - Mooser,A
AU - Quint,W
AU - Soter,A
AU - Walz,J
AU - Smorra,C
AU - Ulmer,S
DO - 10.1063/5.0170629
PY - 2023///
TI - Trap-integrated fluorescence detection with silicon photomultipliers for sympathetic laser cooling in a cryogenic Penning trap.
T2 - Rev Sci Instrum
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/5.0170629
UR - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/38109470
VL - 94
ER -