Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2015. – 424 p. – ISBN: 3319192302.This book provides a comprehensive view of the contemporary methods for quantum-light engineering. In particular, it addresses different technological branches and therefore allows the reader to quickly identify the best technology - application match. Non-classical light is a versatile tool, proven to be an intrinsic part of various quantum technologies. Its historical significance has made it the subject of many text books written both from theoretical and experimental point of view. This book takes another perspective by giving an insight to modern technologies used to generate and manipulate quantum light. Contents Cavity QED Cavity Induced Interfacing of Atoms and Light A Highly Efficient Single Photon-Single Quantum Dot Interface Light Meets a Single Atom Photon-Atom Coupling with Parabolic Mirrors Free Space Interference Experiments with Single Photons and Single Ions Single Photon Absorption by a Single Atom: From Heralded Absorption to Polarization State Mapping Light Meets Many Atoms Narrowband Biphotons: Generation, Manipulation, and Applications Generation, Characterization and Use of Atom-Resonant Indistinguishable Photon Pairs Storage and Retrieval of Non-classical States On-Demand Release of a Heralded Quantum State from Concatenated Optical Cavities Quantum Light Storage in Solid State Atomic Ensembles New Sources of Entangled Photon Pairs Engineering of Quantum Dot Photon Sources via Electro-elastic Fields Resonant Excitation and Photon Entanglement from Semiconductor Quantum Dots Distinguishability of Photons Generation and Application of Frequency-Uncorrelated Photon Pairs Single Semiconductor Quantum Dots in Microcavities: Bright Sources of Indistinguishable Photons Beyond Photons Towards Quantum Repeaters with Solid-State Qubits: Spin-Photon Entanglement Generation Using Self-assembled Quantum Dots
Чтобы скачать этот файл зарегистрируйтесь и/или войдите на сайт используя форму сверху.