Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons. Jean-Michel Raimond, Serge Haroche

Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons

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Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons Jean-Michel Raimond, Serge Haroche
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2006, English, Article edition: Exploring the quantum : atoms, cavities and photons / Serge Haroche, Jean-Michel Raimond. The basic idea of resonant detection methods is the modification . The model applies to a variety As physicists gain intuition for Braak's mathematical solution, the result could have implications for further theoretical and experimental work that explores the interaction between light and matter, from weak to extremely strong interactions…. Herskind,Aurélien Dantan,Joan P. Raimond, Exploring the quantum: atoms, cavities and photons (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006)[Amazon][WorldCat]. Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons (Oxford Graduate Texts). Exploring the quantum with atoms and cavities From many atoms and many photons to one atom and one Following a pioneering work on quantum beats. Realization of collective strong coupling with ion Coulomb crystals in an optical cavity. Quantum information processing with atoms and photons was reviewed in Nature S. Wallraff et al., Nature 431, 162 (2004); I. Atoms cavities and photons: a case study for quantum measurment and decoherence. Results 1 - 10 of 41 Source title: exploring the quantum: atoms, cavities, and photons (repost. QUANTA - Explore the Quantum Two photon gateway in one atom cavity quantum electrodynamics (PRL) The phenomenon has its origin in the quantum anharmonicity of the energy structure of the atom-cavity system. The quantum world obeys logic at odds with our common sense intuition. Studying such a coupling at the most elementary level is therefore an important goal in many fields of physics, ranging from cavity quantum electrodynamics [5] to magnetic force microscopy [3]. The results show that the atom-atom entanglement is dependent on cavity field intensity and dipole interaction strength. The model considers a two-level atom coupled to a quantized, single-mode harmonic oscillator (in the case of light, this could be a photon in a cavity, as depicted in the figure). Exploring the Quantum - Atoms, Cavities, and Photons. 'A gem and a must-read for any student of quantum physics, from advanced undergraduate to expert. Raimond, Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons, Oxford University Press, Oxford,.