Sun January 1, 2012

Quantum nonlinear optics with single photons enabled by strongly interacting atoms

We have realized a quantum nonlinear medium that transmits one, but absorbs two photons. This is accomplished by coupling slowly traveling photons in an atomic gas to highly excited, strongly interacting Rydberg states. This result opens not only possibilities for single-photon sources, but may also enable deterministic quantum gates between photons.
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Fri November 11, 2011

Institute of Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (ITAMP) accepting applications for 2012 postdoctoral fellowship appointment

Investment in high-power fiber laser technology for industrial processing and military applications has enabled commercial lasers with hundreds of Watts of diffraction-limited output to come to market. These lasers are ideal pump sources for high-power (10s to 100s of Watts), widely tunable optical parametric oscillators which may be tuned from the visible to the mid-infrared...
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Wed November 9, 2011

CUA Remembers Norman Ramsey

November 9, 2011
Tue September 20, 2011

Markus Greiner named MacArthur Foundation fellow

The 19th ICOLS conference takes place June 8-12 in Hokkaido, Japan, with CUA representation. Vladan Vuletic will report on a joint MIT-Harvard CUA experiment with Mikhail Lukin on switching of light with light using pulses containing only a few hundred photons. For a readable explanation of how to make light interact with light see the...
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Fri September 9, 2011

Quantum computing with light

A research collaboration including CUA investigators at Harvard.
Wed September 7, 2011

Weird Quantum Effect Can Make Materials Transparent – Vacuum-Induced Transparency cited!

Hongkun Park and Wolfgang Ketterle have been chosen as the 2016 class of National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellows,
Thu April 14, 2011

Bouncing Gas: Clouds of gases that bounce off Each Other Could help physicists model the behavior of high-temperature superconductors

The BEC conference is a biannual meeting which is regarded the most prestigious and competitive conference in the field of atomic quantum gases, featuring about 45 invited presentations. Several CUA researchers presented invited talks:
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