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Recording date 2010-06-04

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German

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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

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lecture

Foundations of Quantum Mechanics:

Lecture 11
23.5.2013
(continued) Basic features of measurement (irreversibility, Everett picture of many branches);

3.2 Weak measurements

 

More detailed derivation of Fermi Golden Rule rates expressed via quantum noise spectra [note: in contrast to the announcement, there is no mistake in the previous lecture"s formulas]. Numerical simulations of Bloch equations for driven two-level systems. Dissipative Rabi dynamics. Spectroscopy. Power-broadening. Multi-photon transitions. Dynamics beyond the rotating-wave approximation (Bloch-Siegert shift). 2.6 Dissipative dynamics in circuit QED.

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