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Directions in quantum optics : a collection of papers dedicated to the memory of Dan Walls, including papers presented at the TAMU-ONR workshop held at Jackson, Wyoming, USA, 26-30 July 1999

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Directions in quantum optics : a collection of papers dedicated to the memory of Dan Walls, including papers presented at the TAMU-ONR workshop held at Jackson, Wyoming, USA, 26-30 July 1999
Original Title Directions in quantum optics : a collection of papers dedicated to the memory of Dan Walls, including papers presented at the TAMU-ONR workshop held at Jackson, Wyoming, USA, 26-30 July 1999
Author Walls, D. F, Carmichael, Howard, 1950-, Glauber, Roy J., 1925-, Scully, Marlan O. (Marlan Orvil), 1939-, TAMU-ONR Workshop on Quantum Optics (1999 : Jackson, Wyo.)
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Topics Quantum optics
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
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Language English
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Submit Date December 30, 2015
Directions in Quantum Optics: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to the Memory of Dan Walls Including Papers Presented at the TAMU-ONR Workshop Held at Jackson, Wyoming, USA, 26–30 July 1999
Author: Howard J. Carmichael, Roy J. Glauber, Marlan O. Scully
Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg
ISBN: 978-3-540-41187-1
DOI: 10.1007/3-540-40894-0

Table of Contents:

  • Density Oscillations in Trapped Bose Condensates at Finite Temperature
  • Coherent Vortex Dynamics in Two- and Three-Dimensional Bose-Einstein Condensates
  • Quasicondensate Droplet Formation in Hydrogen
  • Polarization Decay in a BCS Paired Fermi Gas
  • A Model of a Pumped Continuous Atom Laser
  • The BEC Near a Feshbach Resonance: A Superfluid of Mutually Coherent Condensates
  • Collisional and Collapse Dynamics of a Twin Bose-Einstein Condensate with Negative Scattering Length
  • Schrödinger Cat State of a Bose—Einstein Condensate in a Double-Well Potential
  • A Historical Perspective on Lasing Without Inversion
  • The Coherent-Path Approach to Forward Scattering of Recoil-Free Resonant Gamma Radiation
  • Parametric Amplification of Coupled Atomic and Optical Fields
  • Quantum and QED Effects on Reflection from an Atomic Mirror
  • Atom Wave Lithography via Adiabatic Passage in Multilevel Systems
  • Qudit Entanglement
  • Grover’s Algorithm for Multiobject Search in Quantum Computing
  • New Tests of Macroscopic Local Realism
  • Teleportation Criteria: Form and Significance
  • Quantum Information Processing Based on Cavity QED with Mesoscopic Systems
  • Quantum State Protection Using All-Optical Feedback
  • Single-Photon Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Control

Includes bibliographical references

Machine generated contents note: I — I — Part I Bose-Einstein Condensation — Density Oscillations in Trapped Bose Condensates — at Finite Temperature — M Fliesser and R. Graham3 — Coherent Vortex Dynamics in Two and Three Dimensional — Bose-Einstein Condensates — R.J. Ballagh and B.M. Caradoc-Davies18 — Quasicondensate Droplet Formation in Hydrogen — R C 6t6 2 28 — Polarization Decay in a BCS Paired Fermi Gas — B. Berhane and T.A.B. Kennedy41 — A Model of a Pumped Continuous Atom Laser — N. Robins, C. Savage, and E. Ostrovskaya50 — The BEC Near a Feshbach Resonance: — A Superfluid of Mutually Coherent Condensatest — E. Timmermans60 — Collisional and Collapse Dynamics — of a Twin Bose-Einstein Condensate with Negative — Scattering Length — W. Zhang, K.-P. Marzlin, L. Tribe, and B.C. Sanders70 — Schrodinger Cat State of a Bose-Einstein Condensate — in a Double-Well Potential — J. Ruostekoski77 — Part II Quantum Interference and Atom Optics — A Historical Perspective on Lasing Without Inversiont — N. Bloembergen and G. Khitrova91 — The Coherent-Path Approach to Forward Scattering — of Recoil-Free Resonant Gamma Radiationt — G.R. Hoy107 — Parametric Amplification of Coupled Atomic and Optical Fieldst — M.G. Moore and P. Meystre116 — Quantum and QED Effects — on Reflection from an Atomic Mirrort — B. Segev126 — Atom Wave Lithography via Adiabatic Passage — in Multilevel Systems — Y. Rozhdestvensky and L. Plimak 136 — Part III Quantum Information — Qudit Entanglement — P. Rungta, W.J. Munro, K. Nemoto, P. Deuar, G.J. Milburn, — and C.M. Caves149 — Grover’s Algorithm for Multiobject Search — in Quantum Computingt — G. Chen, S.A. Fulling, H. Lee, and M.O. Scully165 — New Tests of Macroscopic Local Realism — M .D Reid176 — Teleportation Criteria: Form and Significance — T.C. Ralph187 — Quantum Information Processing Based on Cavity QED — with Mesoscopic Systemst — M. Lukin, M. Fleischhauer, and Atac Imamoglu193 — Quantum State Protection Using All-Optical Feedback — P. Tombesi, V. Giovannetti, and D. Vitali204 — Part IV Cavity QED and Nonlinear Optics — Single-Photon Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Control — S. Parkins, D. Walls, and A. Imamoglu217 — Normal-Mode Coupling of Excitons and Photons — in Nanocavities – Toward the Quantum Statistical Limitt — E.S. Lee, S. Park, P. Brick, C. Ell, C. Spiegelberg, H.M. Gibbs, — G. Khitrova, D.G. Deppe, and D.L. Huffaker230 — Cavity QED with Many Atoms — U. Martini and A. Schenzle238 — The Photonic Band Gap Laser: The Role of Spontaneous — Emission in the Theory of Solid-State Lasers and LEDs — R. Pike, A. Hughes, and M. Szymanska250 — Superradiant and Subradiant Behavior — of the Overdamped Many-Atom Micromaser — V.V. Temnov, M.I. Kolobov, and F. Haake261 — Bifurcations to Cooperative States — in Arrays of Coupled Nonlinear Optical Oscillators — K. McNeil271 — Part V Quantum Noise Processes — Nonlinear Quantum Fluctuations in the Parametric Amplifier — P.D. Drummond and S. Chaturvedi283 — Quantum Phase Transitions in a Linear Ion Trap — G.J. M ilburn and P. Alsing303 — Quantum Noise Transfer Functions: A Practical Tool — in Quantum Optics — H.-A. Bachor and T.C. Ralph313 — Self-Consistency of Thermal Jump Trajectories — Y.-T. Chough and H.J. Carmichael333 — Complementarity in Spontaneous Emission: — Quantum Jumps, Staggers and Slides — H W isem an 347 — Ergodicity of Quantum Trajectory Detection Records — J.D C resser358

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