Abstract

We report a new method to load N=20 single-atoms near-deterministically (90% for 3-by-3 square and 80% for N=19 ring lattice) in 2D lattices, using dynamic holographic optical tweezers implemented with a 2D liquid-crystal spatial-light modulator.

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