The Quantum World of Ultra-Cold Atoms and Light Book I: by Crispin W Gardiner, Peter Zoller

By Crispin W Gardiner, Peter Zoller

This century has noticeable the improvement of applied sciences for manipulating and controlling subject and lightweight on the point of person photons and atoms, a realm during which physics is absolutely quantum mechanical. The dominant experimental know-how is the laser, and the theoretical paradigm is quantum optics.

The Quantum global of Ultra-Cold Atoms and Light is a trilogy, which offers the quantum optics state of mind and its purposes to quantum units. This booklet Foundations of Quantum Optics — presents an introductory textual content at the theoretical innovations of quantum optics, containing the weather of what one must train, examine, and look at quantum optics. there's a specific emphasis at the classical and quantum stochastic tools that have come to dominate the field.

e-book II will hide purposes to quantum units, equivalent to quantum desktops and simulators, and should comprise the extra complicated thoughts essential to describe non-classical gentle fields. ebook III will conceal the sector of ultra-cold atoms, for which the quantum-optical paradigm has proved to be hugely acceptable for quantitative paintings.

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