Erlangen 2018 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 29: Quantum Optics and Photonics I

Dienstag, 6. März 2018, 14:00–16:00, K 0.016

14:00 Q 29.1 From electromagnetically induced transparency to Autler-Townes splitting with x-rays — •Xiangjin Kong, Jörg Evers, Johann Haber, Ralf Röhlsberger, and Adriana Pálffy
14:15 Q 29.2 Stationary Collective Effects in Polarized Atomic Ensembles induced by off-resonant Probes — •Alexander Roth, Kirill Tikhonov, and Klemens Hammerer
14:30 Q 29.3 Subradiant states in many-body quantum systems for excitation storage — •Jemma Needham and Beatriz Olmos
14:45 Q 29.4 Superlattices by twisted bilayer photonic graphene in photorefractive media — •Matthias Rüschenbaum, Marius Rimmler, Alessandro Zannotti, and Cornelia Denz
15:00 Q 29.5 Solitons and their eigenvalues in the presence of gain and loss. — •Christoph Mahnke, Alexander Hause, and Fedor Mitschke
15:15 Q 29.6 Coherent control and wave mixing in a thin ensemble of silicon vacancy centers in diamond — •Johannes Görlitz, Christian Weinzetl, Jonas Nils Becker, Eilon Poem, Joshua Nunn, and Christoph Becher
15:30 Q 29.7 Bulk-like emission of Silicon Vacancy centers in nanodiamonds after surface treatment — •Andrea Filipovski, Lachlan Rogers, Ou Wang, Valery Davydov, Viatcheslav Agafonov, Fedor Jelezko, and Alexander Kubanek
15:45 Q 29.8 NV assisted spectroscopy and control of the local paramagnetic spin bath in 15N delta-doped diamond — •Florian Böhm, Nikola Sadzak, Claudia Widmann, Christoph Nebel, and Oliver Benson
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