- Author:H. Walther,W. Schleich,W.E. Lamb
- Publisher:North Holland; 1st edition (August 14, 2000)
- Pages:700 pages
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A Festschrift in honor of Marlan O. Scully. Leon Cohen illuminates the Yale days and Marlan's interactions with Willis E. Lamb. Ode to a Quantum Physicist celebrates the scientific achievements of Marlan O. Scully on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. It combines personal reminiscences from other renowned physicists who have known and worked with him over the years and 60+ scientific articles from the frontiers of Quantum Optics inspired by the work of M. O. Pierre Meystre describes his arrival in Tucson from Switzerland for his first postdoctoral position with Marlan.
Prague 2008: Willis E. Lamb Award for Laser Science and Quantum Optics 2008: Distinguished Professor at the University of North.
Publications Wolfgang P. Schleich, H. Walther: Elements of quantum information, Wiley-VCH, 2007, Wolfgang P. Schleich: Quantum optics in phase space, Wiley-VCH, 2001, Wolfgang P. Scully, Elsevier Science & Technology, 2000, Wolfgang Schleich: Optische Tests der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie, Universität München (Diss), Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, 1984 Wolfgang Schleich:. Prague 2008: Willis E.
Ode to a Quantum Physicist, H. Walther Elsevier Science 9780444505385 : Celebrates the scientific achievements of Marlan O Scully. Ode to a Quantum Physicist,, H. Walther. Варианты приобретения. This book combines personal reminiscences from other physicis.
Ode to a Quantum Physicist celebrates the scientific achievements of Marlan O. Scully on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday
Ode to a Quantum Physicist celebrates the scientific achievements of Marlan O. The topics of these articles, published in the special volume 179 of Optics Communications, range from classical optics via atomic physics and quantum mechanics to non-linear optics.
and Space Physics, Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2009).
Cambridge Core - Optics, Optoelectronics and Photonics - Quantum Optics - by Marlan O. Quantum Interference Effects in Spontaneous Emission from an Atom Embedded in a Photonic Band Gap Structure. Chen, H. X. Durrant, A. V. Marangos, J. P. and Vaccaro, J. A. 1998. Observation of transient electromagnetically induced transparency in a rubidium Λ system. Harris, S. E. and Sokolov, A. Subfemtosecond Pulse Generation by Molecular Modulation.
Ode to a quantum physicist : a festschrift in honor of Marlan O. Scully by . Schleich( Book . A misconception which most physicists acquire in their formative years is that the photoelectric effect requires the quantization of the electromagnetic field for its explanation.
A misconception which most physicists acquire in their formative years is that the photoelectric effect requires the quantization of the electromagnetic field for its explanation. This report shows that the photoelectric effect may be completely explained without invoking the concept of 'light quanta.
The book opens with special greetings from Tony Siegman, the former president of the Optical Society of America and Benjamin Bederson, the Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Physical Review. A long time friend, Ali Javan, dating back to Marlan's MIT days, highlights some of Marlan's scientific contributions.Heidi Fearn's poems humanize physical phenomena and set the stage for the more personal reminiscences to come.
Friends and colleagues of Marlan from the various stages of his scientific life shed some light on his human side. These stories reflect the admiration and respect the quantum physics community holds for Marlan and bring out many humorous anecdotes of their interactions with him. Judy Scully, his wife, takes us through Marlan's youth and college years in Wyoming. Leon Cohen illuminates the Yale days and Marlan's interactions with Willis E. Lamb. Pierre Meystre describes his arrival in Tucson fromSwitzerland for his first postdoctoral position with Marlan. The move from Tucson to Albuquerque is one of Suhail Zubairy's memories. Herbert Walther shines light on the impact of the multi-national Marlan and in particular, on the Max-Planck-Institut fü Quantenoptik. Wolfgang Schleich looks at his mentorMarlan from a graduate student's point of view and opens the arena for Reesor Woodling's description of Marlan's cattle business. We conclude the trail by the article of Thomas Walther, Ed Fry and George Welsch, who bring us up to date with Marlan's activities in Texas A & M.
The actual birthday party and scientific celebration took place as a special two-day colloquium on Modern Trends in Quantum Optics at the Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptic in Garching, Germany on June 29-30, 1999. Included in this book is the program of this meeting, as wel as some excerpts from the celebration, such as, the after dinner speech by Roy J. Glauber followed by a photo album of Marlan's life. The poems by Olga Kocharovskaya poetically describe Marlan's scientific achievements. The concluding talk by Bruce Shore, given at this meeting, begins the connection to the papers by Don Kobe, Danny Greenberger and Mark Hillary, and Shi-Yao Zhu et al. covering topics from gauge invariance via unbreakable codes to photonic band gaps. The articles from the special issue of Optics Communications conclude this Festschrift.