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By Claude Fabre (auth.), Henri Benisty, Claude Weisbuch, École Polytechnique, Jean-Michel Gérard, Romuald Houdré, John Rarity (eds.)

This set of lecture notes offers an in depth and updated description of a box present process explosive development, that of restrained photon platforms within the form of microcavities or photonic crystals. Bringing jointly international leaders within the box, it presents all of the simple instruments had to grasp an issue on the way to have either significant effect in primary reviews and widescale purposes. constrained photon structures permit the research of low-dimensional photonic structures, changed light-matter interplay, e.g. among excitons and photons in all-solid-state semiconductor microcavities, and of many phenomena of quantum optics, together with unmarried photon iteration, squeezed gentle, quantum kingdom entanglement, non-local quantum measurements, and, almost certainly, quantum computation. also they are at the verge of yielding new, excessive functionality optical units for large-scale industries akin to telecommunications and show know-how.

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M. Scully, Zubairy, "Quantum optics" Cambridge University Press (New-York 1997) 5. C. Cohen-Tannoudji, J. Dupont-Roc, G. Grynberg, "Photon and atoms" Wiley (New York 1989) 6. C. Cohen-Tannoudji, J. Dupont-Roc, G. Grynberg, "Atom-photon interactions" Wiley (New York 1992) 7. G. Grynberg, A. Aspect, C. Fabre, "Introduction aux lasers et à. l'optique quantique" (in french), Ellipses, (Paris 1998), english translation to be published (Cambridge University Press) 8. Physics Reports 219, special issue on the Solvay conference on Quantum Optics (October 1992) 9.

This means that, if one considers the interaction term /LA as a small perturbation compared to the first two terms, Hint will induce transitions between levels 1j, n) that have the same energy. For example, f/i nt connects states lg, n) to states le, n 1) and describes the excitation of the atom with a change of the number of photons by 1 (and the reverse process). e. ) = w0. Conversely, the states le, n) and 1g , n + 1) will be also resonantly coupled. In the resonant or quasi-resonant configuration, we can therefore restrict ourselves to the approximate interaction term — = ihno (le) (gl a - Ig) (ela+) (77) which describes only the resonant (or quasi-resonant) part of the processes.

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