Kimble, H. J. and Birnbaum, K. and Doherty, A. C. and Hood, C. J. and Lynn, T. W. and Nägerl, H.-C. and Stamper-Kurn, D. M. and Vernooy, D. W. and Ye, J. (2001) Real-time tracking and trapping of single atoms in cavity QED. In: ATOMIC PHYSICS 17: XVII International Conference on Atomic Physics; ICAP 2000. American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings. No.551. American Institute of Physics , Melville, NY, pp. 103-107. ISBN 1-56396-982-3 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:KIMaipcp01
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Cavity quantum electrodynamics (QED) offers powerful possibilities for the deterministic control of atom-photon interactions quantum by quantum . Indeed, modern experiments in cavity QED have achieved the exceptional circumstance of strong coupling, for which single quanta can profoundly impact the dynamics of the atom-cavity system. The diverse accomplishments of this field set the stage for advances into yet broader frontiers in quantum information science for which cavity QED offers unique advantages, such as the realization of quantum networks by way of multiple atom-cavity systems linked by optical interconnects [2,3].
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|Subject Keywords:||atom-photon collisions; quantum electrodynamics; cavity resonators; real-time systems; noise; particle traps; numerical analysis|
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