Collective Light Emission
- Many quantum emitters
- Hsiang-Hua Jen
- October 2020
Collective Light Emission: Many quantum emitters covers several recent and essential topics related to collective light emissions from many quantum emitters. Light–matter interactions in quantum systems form one of the complicated dynamical systems. Owing to its complexity, researchers have developed new means and techniques to investigate such systems with better control of parameters and better precision to observe interesting phenomenon. These advancements provide new insights to this research direction, and this book dives into the recent progress and future of it. The book includes the basic mechanism, well-known super- and sub-radiant phenomena in free space and nanophotonic platform, applications in quantum systems, and perspectives to future directions. Additionally, several updates of this ongoing research and challenges confronted in experiments and theories are included.
- A detailed introduction of recent progress of cooperative phenomena of light
- Stimulating deliberation on distinct features from light-induced atom–atom correlations
- New angle to the collective radiation
- Insights to quantum engineering of light
- Includes future prospective and opportunities
Hsiang-Hua Jen received a bachelor's degree in physics from National Taiwan University in 2000, and obtained his PhD in 2010 from Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States. He initially trained in theoretical quantum optics, and now actively investigates the collective effects of light–matter interactions along with other interesting subjects of long-distance quantum communication and spinor Bose gas. In March 2020, he became an assistant research fellow at the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (Republic of China). He has contributed 30 peer-reviewed papers and was recently selected as 2019 IOP Outstanding Reviewer for Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.
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Hardback ISBN: 9780750326971
Ebook ISBN: 9780750326995
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing