Stuttgart 2012 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 61: Quanteneffekte: Lichtstreuung

Freitag, 16. März 2012, 10:30–12:30, V7.01

10:30 Q 61.1 Excitation of a single atom with a temporally shaped light pulsesSyed Abdullah Aljunid, Hoang Lan Dao, •Gleb Maslennikov, Yimin Wang, Valerio Scarani, and Christian Kurtsiefer
10:45 Q 61.2 Enhanced optical data storage up to 1 second by EIT in a doped solid — •Georg Heinze, Christian Hubrich, Simon Mieth, and Thomas Halfmann
11:00 Q 61.3 Counting statistics of collective photon transmissionsMalte Vogl, •Gernot Schaller, and Tobias Brandes
11:15 Q 61.4 Multiple Scattering of Intense Laser Light by Cold Atoms — •Tobias Binninger, Thomas Wellens, Vyacheslav Shatokhin, and Andreas Buchleitner
11:30 Q 61.5 A quantum electrodynamical description of x-ray phase-contrast imaging — •Jan Malte Slowik and Robin Santra
11:45 Q 61.6 The pump-probe approach to coherent backscattering of intense laser light by atoms with degenerate energy levels — •Ralf Blattmann, Vyacheslav Shatokhin, Thomas Wellens, and Andreas Buchleitner
12:00 Q 61.7 Quantum holograms based on the Faraday interaction. Spontaneous emission in such systems. — •Denis Vasilyev and Klemens Hammerer
12:15 Q 61.8 Direct detection of n-particle atomic correlations via light scatteringLuling Jin, Mihai Macovei, and •Jörg Evers
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