' Quantum-optical phenomena in nanophysics - 15: Creation and detection of arbitrary field states

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Recording date 2010-06-18

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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 15
7.6.2013
(continued) Basic examples of decoherence (spin, interference, beware of polaron physics);

4.2 Noise and decoherence (noise as a stochastic process, quantum noise spectrum)

 

Wigner density detection via parity measurement. 2.8 Generating arbitrary field states and measuring their Wigner density. Law-Eberly protocol. Santa Barbara experiment on Wigner density detection in circuit QED. 2.9 General theory of superconducting circuits (beginning).

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