Jarrod T. Reilly
University of Colorado Boulder
Von Neumann entropyParticleAdiabatic processSpontaneous emissionPhysicsStatistical physicsPhase transitionCoherent statesPhotonAtomic physicsField (physics)Momentum diffusionDiscontinuity (linguistics)Transfer (group theory)Stimulated emissionComputational physicsParticle beamSteady stateSuperradianceLight fieldLaserMechanicsMomentumAtomic numberQuantum mechanicsCritical valueQuantumEntropy (classical thermodynamics)Dissipative system
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#1John P. BartolottaH-Index: 4
#2Simon B. JägerH-Index: 8
Last. Murray HollandH-Index: 46
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In the field of light-matter interactions, it is often assumed that a classical light field that interacts with a quantum particle remains almost unchanged and thus contains nearly no information about the manipulated particles. To investigate the validity of this assumption, we develop and theoretically analyze a simple Gedankenexperiment which involves the interaction of a coherent state with a quantum particle in an optical cavity. We quantify the resulting alteration of the light field by me...
#1Athreya ShankarH-Index: 7
#2Jarrod T. ReillyH-Index: 2
Last. Murray HollandH-Index: 46
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We show that the onset of steady-state superradiance in a bad cavity laser is preceded by a dissipative phase transition between two distinct phases of steady-state subradiance. The transition is marked by a non-analytic behavior of the cavity output power and the mean atomic inversion, as well as a discontinuity in the variance of the collective atomic inversion. In particular, for repump rates below a critical value, the cavity output power is strongly suppressed and does not increase with the...
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#1John P. BartolottaH-Index: 4
#2Jarrod T. ReillyH-Index: 2
Last. Murray HollandH-Index: 46
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We propose a method for slowing particles by laser fields that potentially has the ability to generate large forces without the associated momentum diffusion that results from the random directions of spontaneously scattered photons. In this method, time-resolved laser pulses with periodically modified detunings address an ultranarrow electronic transition to reduce the particle momentum through repeated absorption and stimulated emission cycles. We implement a shortcut to adiabaticity approach ...
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#1John P. BartolottaH-Index: 4
#2Jarrod T. ReillyH-Index: 2
Last. Murray HollandH-Index: 46
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