Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Seminar
Quantum State Design, Measurement, and Control
Department of Physics
The talk will discuss theoretical and experimental techniques for designing and measuring Rydberg atomic quantum states with unique characteristics. A specific use of the design of Rydberg states is the coherent control of processes in the atom. A designed state is created experimentally that inhibits the autoionizaton process in a two-electron atom. The quantum measurement of single and two-electron atoms will also be presented.
Monday, May 13, 2002
Gant Science Complex