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Superradiance, molecules, and quantum optics

October 21, 2013 -
11:00am to 12:30pm
Speaker: 
Susanne Yelin
Institution: 
University of Connecticut

Abstract:

Superradiance is a consequence of a self-induced collective dipole and is a fast and strong increase in spontaneously radiated intensity. Associated with this increased decay rate a shift can be seen - the "collective Lamb shift." A recently developed formalism in the framework of a nonlinear master equation allows to describe this phenomenon along with both, stimulated and spontaneous shifts. I will describe some of our recent findings and try to answer questions that often come up in connection with superradiance, such as "does Dicke superradiance create entanglement?"

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