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This volume contains the Proceedings of the International Workshop on Coherent Control of Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors, held in May 1998 at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Coherent control of charge carrier dynamics has evolved into an interdisciplinary topic involving atomic and molecular physics, condensed matter physics, quantum optics, laser spectroscopy, and the physics of electronic devices. This is reflected by the contributions contained in this volume which, to our knowledge, is the first of its kind on the issue of coherent control. Containing both review articles and latest results in the field in atomic, molecular, and semiconductor physics, it addresses experts and novices alike. All articles have been reviewed and emphasis has been given to clarity and a detailed list of references. Audience: This volume will be of interest to research workers, engineers, students and postgraduates.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the International Workshop held in Chicago, USA, 19-22 May 1998|
|Statement||edited by Walter Pötz, W. Andreas Schroeder|
|Contributions||Schroeder, W. Andreas|
|LC Classifications||QC350-467, TA1501-1820, QC392-449.5, TA1750-1750.22|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xi, 226 p.)|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||9401059322, 9401145520|
|ISBN 10||9789401059329, 9789401145527|
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The International Workshop on Coherent Control of Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors was held May 19 to 22, at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Its intent was to bring together an international and interdisciplinary group of scientists to discuss recent progress, pertinent problems, and open questions in the Coherent Control in Atoms of coherent control.
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The digit and digit formats both Price: $ Coherent Control in Atoms, Molecules, and Semiconductors. Editors pertinent problems, and open questions in the field of coherent control in atoms, molecules, and semiconductors, in particular. Twenty-seven scientists from the physical chemistry, quantum optics, semiconductor, electrical engineering, and laser communities accepted our.
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We present a brief overview of some of our theoretical studies of coherent control schemes in semiconductor heterostructures within Boltzmann-Bloch equations.
The latter are obtained from Dyson’s equation within the Keldysh nonequilibrium Green’s function approach and allow a microscopic analysis of coherent control schemes in by: 1. Carrier Density Photon Absorption Peak Current Density Bulk Semiconductor Coherent Control These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
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The idea of controlling optical, physical and chemical processes in matter using the coherence properties of light appeared in the sixties in the scientific community, since the early proposal of Manykin and Alfanasev  to control the absorption of an atomic medium by adjusting the phases of two or more incident beams.
Abstract. The control of the products of photoabsorption through the relative phase of two fields represents one of the schemes of coherent control which has been under continuing study and evolution over the last few years .
To update this advanced textbook, it was necessary to introduce these?elds; two new ch- ters are in this second edition: “Coherent Control in Atoms, Molecules, and Solids”(Chap)and“AttosecondPulses”(Chap)withwell-documented references. Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on ATOMS IN MOLECULES.
Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a. It is this particular type of coherent control that is of interest in this communication. Laser light has been used as a probe of atoms, molecules, and solids since the invention of the laser.
The use of laser light in a more active role, to modify and process surfaces, Coherent Control in Atoms initiate chemical reactions, followed shortly thereafter. We report the observation of microwave coherent control of rotational states of ultracold 85 Rb Cs molecules Molecules in their vibronic ground state by short-range photoassociation.
Molecules are formed in the single rotational state X(v = 0, J = 1) by Coherent Control in Atoms pairs of atoms to the short-range state (2) 3 Π 0 − (v = 11, J = 0), followed by spontaneous decay.
Atoms, Molecules and Photons: An Introduction to Atomic- Molecular- and Quantum Physics Wolfgang Demtröder This introduction to Atomic and Molecular Physics explains how our present model of atoms and molecules has been developed over the last two centuries both by many experimental discoveries and, from the theoretical side, by the.
We briefly review recent activity in coherently controlled photocurrents for quantum well and bulk semiconductors and indicate how the effects can also be understood in terms of nonlinear optics.
Introduction. Scientists have long sought efficient methods for controlling the beha-vior of electrons, atoms and molecules. Rather different problems can be lumped together under the general term 'laser control of atoms and molecules'. They include the laser selection of atomic and molecular velocities for the purpose of Doppler-free spectroscopy, laser control of the position and velocity of atoms (i.e.
laser trapping and cooling of atoms), and laser control of atomic and molecular processes. phenomena in atoms, molecules, and semiconductors. Pertinent open physical questions, as well as potential technological applications and the future of the field were discussed.
Refer- eed proceedings were published under the title Coherent Control in Atoms, Molecules, and Semiconductors, by Kluwer in spring of (ISPN ).
Laser cooling of atoms 6. Laser trapping of atoms 7. Atom optics 8. From laser-cooled and trapped atoms to atomic and molecular quantum gases 9. Laser photoselective ionization of atoms Multiphoton ionization of molecules Photoselective laser control of molecules via molecular vibrations Coherent laser control of molecules Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target.
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Abstract: The electrons in crystals are distributed in energy bands rather than in sharp levels as in atoms or molecules. In semiconductors optical transitions across the band gap generate electrons in the conduction band and holes in the valence bands.
Because of the rapid scattering of the excited carriers in the bands by carrier-phonon and carrier-carrier. Coherent control in bulk and nanostructure semiconductors Coherent control in bulk and nanostructure semiconductors Sipe, John E. Coherent control in bulk and nanostructure J.E.
Sipe and H.M. van Driel Department of Physics University of Toronto Toronto, ON M5S 1A7 CANADA and Photonics Research Ontario Laser light has been used as a probe of atoms, molecules. We present a brief overview over some of our recent theoretical results regarding coherent control in semiconductor heterostrutures.
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Exploiting coherence properties of laser light together with quantum mechanical matter interferences in order to steer a chemical reaction into a pre-defined target channel is the basis of coherent control. The increasing availability of laser sources operating on the time scale of molecular dynamics, i.e.
t Coherence and Control in Chemistry. This book covers a diverse cross section of this interdisciplinary research field, with contributions grouped into four categories: laser-induced filamentation; atoms and molecules in a laser field; interaction of solid materials with a coherent light field; and ion acceleration and ionization of atoms in super intense laser fields.
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Coherent control is a quantum mechanics-based method for controlling dynamical processes by basic principle is to control quantum interference phenomena, typically by shaping the phase of laser pulses.
The basic ideas have proliferated, finding vast application in spectroscopy mass spectra, quantum information processing, laser cooling, ultracold physics and more. Coherent Control in Atoms, Molecules, and Semiconductors. Coherent Control in () Microcavity Exciton-Polariton.
In: Pötz W., Schroeder W.A. (eds) Coherent Control in Atoms, Molecules, and Semiconductors. Springer, Dordrecht.
Online ISBN ; eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on publisher's site. For example, the solution of the problem of laser cooling and trapping of atoms has given birth to the new field of the physics of ultracold matter, i.e.
quantum atomic and molecular gases. The laser non-coherent control of uni-molecular processes has found an interesting extension in the field of laser coherent control of molecules. Coherent laser control of molecules -- Introduction to coherent optimal control -- Coherent control using wave packets -- Coherent control using quantum interference -- Optimal feedback control -- Coherent optimal control by tailored strong-field laser pulses -- Coherent control of large molecules in liquids -- Perspectives -- The unprecedented control of coherence that can be exercised in quantum optics of atoms and molecules has stimulated increasing efforts in extending it to solid-state systems.
One motivation to exploit the coherent phenomena comes from the emergence of the quantum information paradigm, however many more potential device applications ranging. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: 1.
Introduction --Ways to control the emission of light --From the control of light to the control of atoms and molecules --On the aims of this book Elementary radiative processes --Spontaneous emission --Stimulated absorption and emission --Recoil. ‘coherent control’ over atoms and molecules.
Two major routes to coherent control were proposed in the mids. of currents in bulk semiconductors , control of the nonlinear optical properties of atoms, liquids and solids and control of. Coherent control is a quantum mechanical based method for controlling dynamical processes by light.
The basic principle is to control quantum interference phenomena typically by shaping the phase of a laser pulses. The basic ideas have proliferated finding vast application in spectroscopy mass spectra, quantum information processing, laser cooling, ultracold physics and more.
Coherent Control Lasers for Ultrashort Pulses Pulse Characterization, Shaping and Measurement Techniques THz Generation and Measurement Imaging and Microscopy X-Ray Generation and Diffraction, Higher Harmonics, High Intensity Physics Ultrafast Dynamics of Atoms, Molecules and Clusters in the Gas Phase Ultrafast Processes in Semiconductors.
We review prototype studies in the area of quantum control with femtosecond lasers. We restrict this discussion to atoms and diatomics under gas-phase collision-free conditions to allow for a comparison between theory and experiment. Both the perturbative regime and the nonperturbative regime of the light-matter interaction are addressed.
To that end. "The use of laser pulses to alter the internal quantum structure of individual atoms and molecules has applications in quantum information processing, the coherent control of chemical reactions and in quantum-state engineering. This book presents the underlying theory of such quantum-state manipulation for researchers and graduate students.
Get this from a library. Femtosecond laser pulses: principles and experiments. [Claude Rullière;] -- "This introduction for advanced undergraduates starts with the fundamentals of lasers and pulsed optics.
Thus prepared, the student is introduced to. Coherent control of tunnelling dynamics in functionalized semiconductor nanostructures: a quantum-control scenario based on stochastic unitary pulses L. G. C. REGOz, S. G.
ABUABARAy and V. S. BATISTAy* yDepartment of Chemistry, Yale University, P.O. BoxNew Haven, CT,USA zDepartment of Physics, Universidade Federal de Santa.
Controlling atoms and molecules with coherent optical fields has been a longstanding goal in chemical ly, several experiments in this field have demonstrated successful control of molecular ionization and dissociation, atomic and molecular fluorescence, the shape of electronic and molecular wave packets, and currents in semiconductors.Various materials such as atoms, molecules, metals, insulators, semiconductors are studied using coherent optical spectroscopy and such experiments and their theoretical analysis has revealed a wealth of insights on the involved matter states and their dynamical evolution.