Fundamentals of quantum optics III: proceedings of the fifth meeting on laser phenomena

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Fritz Ehlotzky, Universität Innsbruck. Institut für Theoretische Physik
Springer-Verlag, 1993 - Science - 346 pages
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Advanced experimental techniques make quantum optics one of the most active fields in probing the fundamental laws of quantum theory. The contributions collected in this volume, by both theoreticians and experimentalists, give an overview of the most recent developments in fundamental quantum optics. Of particular interest is the physics of cooled and trapped particles. Other topics include atomic interferometry, quantum electrodynamics in a cavity, quantum measurement and much more. The level of presentation makes this book intelligible not only to the expert but also to a wide readership from engineering and physics.

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