Move over, single-atom laser cooling! The Holland theory group has just come up with a stunning idea for a new kind of laser cooling for use with ensembles of atoms that all “talk” to each other. In other words, the theory looks at laser cooling not from the perspective of cooling a single atom, but rather from the perspective of many atoms working together to rapidly cool themselves to a...
Content About: John (Jinx) Cooper
Published: 04/21/2016 - 8:24am Type of Content: Article-Research Highlight
Experimental study of absorption and gain by two-level atoms in a time-delayed non-Markovian optical field
Collisional redistribution of light: Far-wing line shapes and polarizations for the Ba-(Ar,Xe) systems
Collisional redistribution of radiation. III. The equation of motion for the correlation function and the scattered spectrum
Collisional redistribution of radiation. II. The effects of degeneracy on the equations of motion for the density matrix
Transfer and redistribution of polarized light in resonance lines. I - Quantum formulation with collisions
Threshold shift and above-threshold multiphoton ionization of atomic hydrogen in intense laser fields
Published: 10/19/2012 - 11:09am Type of Content: People - Faculty & Research Groups
A unified theory of Stark broadening for hydrogenic ions—I. A general theory including time ordering.
Temperature effects in the collisional redistribution of resonance radiation in the Ba-Ar and Ba-Xe systems
Effective two-state behaviour of a collisionally perturbed Zeeman degenerate atomic transition and its application to optical bistability
Multipole relaxation and transfer rates in the impact approximation: application to the resonance interaction
An overview of the ion dynamic effect in line broadening, and a generalization of the unified theory
Total intensity modulation and mode hopping in a coupled-cavity laser as a result of external-cavity length variation