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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. F. Haake, M. Kuś, R. Scharf
    Pages 3-13
  3. N. B. Abraham, A. M. Albano, B. Das, M. F. H. Tarroja
    Pages 32-46
  4. H. J. Kimble, M. G. Raizen, L. A. Orozco, Min Xiao, T. L. Boyd
    Pages 49-60
  5. E. Giacobino, C. Fabre, A. Heidmann, R. Horowicz, S. Reynaud
    Pages 61-70
  6. P. L. Knight, S. M. Barnett, B. J. Dalton, M. S. Kim, F. A. M. de Oliveira, K. Wodkiewicz
    Pages 71-91
  7. Walter Winklerl, Gerhard Wagner, Gerd Leuchs
    Pages 92-108
  8. Th. Sauter, R. Blatt, W. Neuhauser, P. E. Toschek
    Pages 111-118
  9. Axel Schenzle
    Pages 119-138
  10. S. Haroche
    Pages 141-156
  11. T. A. B. Kennedy, P. Meystre, E. M. Wright
    Pages 157-164
  12. J. M. Raimond, L. Davidovich, M. Brune, S. Haroche
    Pages 165-178
  13. R. Cloppenburg, G. Hennig, J. Nellessen, W. Ertmer
    Pages 181-195
  14. J. Dalibard, A. Heidmann, C. Salomon, A. Aspect, H. Metcalf, C. Cohen-Tannoudji
    Pages 196-210
  15. Juha Javanainen
    Pages 211-221
  16. Zofia Bialynicka-Birula
    Pages 240-248
  17. Jürgen Mlynek, Rudolf Grimm, Egbert Buhr, Volker Jordan
    Pages 249-263
  18. Rainer Grobe, Fritz Haake
    Pages 267-268
  19. R. Graham, S. Isermann
    Pages 269-270
  20. J. Tredicce, R. Gilmore, H. G. Solari, E. Eschenazi
    Pages 273-275
  21. S. M. Barnett, C. R. Gilson, S. Stenholm, M. A. Dupertuis
    Pages 276-277
  22. R. Casdorff, R. Blatt, P. E. Toschek
    Pages 278-279
  23. Hubert Klar
    Pages 285-286
  24. G. Compagno, A. Santangelo
    Pages 287-288
  25. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

Quantum optics in the most general sense seeks to understand the physical phenomena related to the interaction of radiation and matter. The field has therefore always been characterized by an enormous span of activities from fundamental investigations - e.g., into the nature of radiation fields - to spectroscopic methods for applied research. The 18 invited lectures presented at the seminar on "Fundamentals of Quantum Optics II" in Obergurgl, Austria, in the winter of 1987 cover the following topics: - chaos in quantum systems; - squeezed quantum states; - quantum jumps; - quantum electrodynamics in a cavity; - laser cooling and optical traps; - Rydberg atoms; - cooperative phenomena and other fundamentals. For scientists and graduate students working in quantum optics and related fields this book provides an excellent overview of new developments; it gives a clear demonstration of the surprising and characteristic speed with which this field turns fundamental insights into applications (e.g., squeezed states) and how experimental progress contributes to those fundamental insights (e.g., trapping techniques).

Keywords

Dispersion chaos laser optics quantum noise quantum optics spectroscopy

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-18035-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-18035-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47716-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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