the quantum mechanics of open systems
单位：California Institute of Technology
研究方向：the quantum mechanics of open systems
Welcome to the home page of Professor Jeff Kimble's quantum optics group at Caltech.
The primary goal of our research is to study the quantum mechanics of open systems. "Real-world" quantum mechanics takes into account the dissipation and decoherence that arise from interactions of a quantum system with its environment. In studying the role of these processes, we learn about how we might make, study, and preserve quantum superpositions and other exotic states.
Recent publications and manuscripts (full list)
"Atom-light interactions in quasi-1D nanostructures: a Green's function perspective." A. Asenjo-Garcia, J. D. Hood, D. E. Chang and H. J. Kimble, Phys. Rev. A 95, 033818 (2017).
"Exponential improvement in photon storage fidelities using subradiance and "selective radiance" in atomic arrays." A. Asenjo-Garcia, M. Moreno-Cardoner, A. Albrecht, H. J. Kimble, and D. E. Chang, arXiv 1703, 03382 (2017).
"Quantum optics, what next?." J. Ignacio Cirac and H. J. Kimble, Nature Photonics 11, 18 (2017).
"Atom-atom interactions around the band edge of a photonic crystal waveguide." J. D. Hood, A. Goban, A. Asenjo-Garcia, M. Lu, S.-P. Yu, D. E. Chang and H. J. Kimble, PNAS 113, 10507 (2016).
We gratefully acknowledge funding provided by the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter, an NSF Physics Frontiers Center with support of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, by the DoD NSSEFF program, by the AFOSR MURI for Quantum Memories, by NSF Grant PHY0652914, and by the DARPA ORCHID program.
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