Olivier Dulieu
Olivier Dulieu
Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, Orsay, France
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Formation of cold molecules through photoassociation
A Fioretti, C Drag, D Comparat, B Laburthe Tolra, O Dulieu, A Crubellier, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 500 (1), 198-206, 2000
Formation of ultracold polar molecules in the rovibrational ground state
J Deiglmayr, A Grochola, M Repp, K Mörtlbauer, C Glück, J Lange, ...
Physical review letters 101 (13), 133004, 2008
Ultracold dense samples of dipolar RbCs molecules in the rovibrational and hyperfine ground state
T Takekoshi, L Reichsöllner, A Schindewolf, JM Hutson, CR Le Sueur, ...
Physical review letters 113 (20), 205301, 2014
Quantum gas of deeply bound ground state molecules
JG Danzl, E Haller, M Gustavsson, MJ Mark, R Hart, N Bouloufa, O Dulieu, ...
Science 321 (5892), 1062-1066, 2008
Calculation of accurate permanent dipole moments of the lowest σ+ 1, 3 states of heteronuclear alkali dimers using extended basis sets
M Aymar, O Dulieu
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (20), 2005
Creation of an Ultracold Gas of Ground-State Dipolar Molecules
M Guo, B Zhu, B Lu, X Ye, F Wang, R Vexiau, N Bouloufa-Maafa, ...
Physical review letters 116 (20), 205303, 2016
Optical pumping and vibrational cooling of molecules
M Viteau, A Chotia, M Allegrini, N Bouloufa, O Dulieu, D Comparat, ...
Science 321 (5886), 232-234, 2008
Mapped Fourier methods for long-range molecules: Application to perturbations in the photoassociation spectrum
V Kokoouline, O Dulieu, R Kosloff, F Masnou-Seeuws
The Journal of chemical physics 110 (20), 9865-9876, 1999
Potential curves for the ground and excited states of the Na2 molecule up to the (3s+5p) dissociation limit: Results of two different effective potential calculations
S Magnier, P Millié, O Dulieu, F Masnou‐Seeuws
The Journal of chemical physics 98 (9), 7113-7125, 1993
The formation and interactions of cold and ultracold molecules: new challenges for interdisciplinary physics
O Dulieu, C Gabbanini
Reports on progress in physics 72 (8), 086401, 2009
Light-assisted ion-neutral reactive processes in the cold regime: radiative molecule formation vs. charge exchange
FHJ Hall, M Aymar, N Bouloufa-Maafa, O Dulieu, S Willitsch
arXiv preprint arXiv:1108.3739, 2011
Direct observation of bimolecular reactions of ultracold KRb molecules
MG Hu, Y Liu, DD Grimes, YW Lin, AH Gheorghe, R Vexiau, ...
Science 366 (6469), 1111-1115, 2019
Calculations of static dipole polarizabilities of alkali dimers: Prospects for alignment of ultracold molecules
J Deiglmayr, M Aymar, R Wester, M Weidemüller, O Dulieu
The Journal of chemical physics 129 (6), 2008
Resonant coupling in the formation of ultracold ground state molecules via photoassociation
CM Dion, C Drag, O Dulieu, BL Tolra, F Masnou-Seeuws, P Pillet
Physical Review Letters 86 (11), 2253, 2001
Photoassociative spectroscopy of the long-range state
A Fioretti, D Comparat, C Drag, C Amiot, O Dulieu, F Masnou-Seeuws, ...
The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma …, 1999
Mapped grid methods for long-range molecules and cold collisions
K Willner, O Dulieu, F Masnou-Seeuws
The Journal of chemical physics 120 (2), 548-561, 2004
Cold chemistry: molecular scattering and reactivity near absolute zero
O Dulieu, A Osterwalder
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017
Simple determination of Na2 scattering lengths using observed bound levels at the ground state asymptote
A Crubellier, O Dulieu, F Masnou-Seeuws, M Elbs, H Knöckel, E Tiemann
The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma …, 1999
Coherent control of cold-molecule formation through photoassociation using a chirped-pulsed-laser field
J Vala, O Dulieu, F Masnou-Seeuws, P Pillet, R Kosloff
Physical Review A 63 (1), 013412, 2000
Photoassociation in a gas of cold alkali atoms: I. Perturbative quantum approach
P Pillet, A Crubellier, A Bleton, O Dulieu, P Nosbaum, I Mourachko, ...
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 30 (12), 2801, 1997
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