Simon B. Jäger
University of Colorado Boulder
ResonanceSpontaneous emissionQuantum tunnellingPhase (waves)PhysicsPairingLaser linewidthExponential functionChain (algebraic topology)Atomic physicsOptical cavityExponentCollimated lightSuperradianceMathematical physicsAnisotropyAlgebraic numberBistabilityScaling
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#1Simon B. Jäger (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 8
#2Haonan Liu (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 2
Last. Murray Holland (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 46
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We investigate the different photon emission regimes created by a pre-excited and collimated atomic beam passing through a single mode of an optical cavity. In the regime where the cavity degrees of freedom can be adiabatically eliminated, we find that the atoms undergo superradiant emission when the collective linewidth exceeds the transit-time broadening. We analyze the case where the atomic beam direction is slanted with respect to the cavity axis. For this situation, we find that a phase of ...
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#1Simon B. Jäger (Saarland University)H-Index: 8
#2Luca Dell'AnnaH-Index: 18
Last. Giovanna MorigiH-Index: 34
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We analyze the properties of the edge states of the one-dimensional Kitaev model with long-range anisotropic pairing and tunneling. Tunneling and pairing are assumed to decay algebraically with exponents \alphaand \beta respectively, and \alpha,\beta>1 We determine analytically the decay of the edges modes. We show that the decay is exponential for \alpha=\betaand when the coefficients scaling tunneling and pairing terms are equal. Otherwise, the decay is exponential at sufficiently ...
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