How to sense, and how to exploit quantum coherences in light-matter interaction
Speaker: Edoardo Carnio (ALU Freiburg, A. Buchleitner group)
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Title: How to sense, and how to exploit quantum coherences in light-matter interaction
Speaker: GHE Fellow E. Carnio (Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg, A. Buchleitner group)
Date: Mai 18th 2021 @ 2pm
Place: Online zoom seminar
The ability of interrogating and controlling quantum matter relies on its interaction with light. As an example of the first task — the interrogation — I will discuss how quantum coherence signals extrapolated from fluorescence-based spectroscopic experiments can sense the dipolar interactions in a dilute thermal gas. As for the control, I will show how the quantum properties of entangled photon pairs can enhance two-photon absorption along a selected excitation pathway in the potentially congested spectrum of a matter system.