SUSANNE YELIN  Professor of Physics

University of Connecticut U-3046
2152 Hillside Road
Storrs, CT 06269-3046
UConn Physics Department

Room No: P-111
Tel: (860) 486 4899
Fax: (860) 486 3346
Susanne.Yelin@uconn.edu

       
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Presentations

Lectures, Colloquia, and Invited Talks

  1. “Entanglement and coherence in many-body dipolar systems,” iQuISE seminar at MIT, Cambridge, MA, February 2016
  2. “Quantum coherences in diamonds and negative index systems,” colloquium at Boston College, Boston, MA, February 2016
  3. Two talks at the workshop on “Atom-photon interactions with Rydberg atoms, superradiance, and EIT,” at the Taiwan Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, November 2015
  4. “Quantum coherences in diamonds and negative index systems,” colloquium at the National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2015
  5. “Entanglement and coherence in many-body dipolar systems,” invited talk at the inception of the Purdue Quantum Center, Purdue U., West Lafayette, Indiana, October 2015
  6. “Entanglement and coherence in many-body dipolar systems,” invited talk at “Non-equilibrium dynamics of strongly interacting photons,” at KITP, UCSB, October 2015
  7. “Nuclear spin cooling and statistics with diamond NV centers,” invited talk at META'15 in NYC, August 2015
  8. “Entanglement and coherence in many-body dipolar systems,” invited talk at “Aspen Winter Conference on Nonequilibrium Quantum Matter,” March 2015
  9. “Entanglement and coherence in many-body dipolar systems,” invited talk at APS March Meeting, March 2015
  10. “Coherent atomic gas metamaterials,” invited talk at SPIE Photonics West, February 2015
  11. “Superradiance, molecules, and quantum optics,” colloquium, Physics Department, University of Rhode Island, January 2015
  12. “Quantum coherences in diamonds and negative index systems,” graduate student seminar, November 2014
  13. “Cooling and dynamics of nuclear spins in diamond,” MURI meeting at MIT, October 2014
  14. “Superradiance and quantum optics,” ITAMP lunch seminar, October 2014
  15. “Coherent atomic gas metamaterials,” invited talk at the LPHYS'14 in Sofia, Bulgaria, July 2014'
  16. “Superradiance and entanglement,” invited talk at workshop “ From atomic to mesoscale: the role of quantum coherence in systems of various complexities,” ITAMP, Cambridge, MA, March 2014
  17. “Superradiance, molecules, and quantum optics,” Colloquium, Physics Department, Temple University, PA, March 2014
  18. "Coherences in atomic-gas based metamaterials;" invited talk at PQE'14, Snowbird, UT, January 2014
  19. "Superradicance, molecules, and quantum optics;" Colloquium at JQI, UMD, October 2013
  20. "Superradiance and quantum optics;" invited talk at ICQT'13, Moscow, Russia, July 2013
  21. "Superradiance and quantum optics;" invited talk at LPHYS'13, Prague, Czech Republic, July 2013
  22. Blackboard Talk: "Aspects of ultracold polar molecules and superradiance;" at the KITP 10-week program on Cold and Ultracold polar molecules, MArch 2013
  23. "Superradiance and cooling of polar molecules;" Plenary talk at the 2013 PQE Conference in Snowbird, UT, January 2013
  24. "Superradiance and cooling of polar molecules;" Invited talk at the ESF Research Conference in Partnership with LFUI on "Cold and Ultracold Molecules," Obergurgl, Austria, November 2012
  25. "Quantum Optics with atoms, molecules, and solids," physics seminar, Department of Physics, Amherst College, September 2012
  26. "Superradiance: Molecules and entanglement," theory seminar, Max-Planck Institut f\"ur Quantenoptik, Garching, Germany, July 2012
  27. "How to do nonlinear: single photons and many (superradiating) molecules," AMO seminar, Fakult\"at Physik, Heidelberg, Germany, July 2012
  28. "Nonlinear optical phenomena in strongly interacting media," colloquium, Department of Physics, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, April 2012
  29. "Quantum optics with cold polar molecules," Physics of Quantum Electronics conference, plenary talk, Snowbird, UT, January 2012
  30. "Quantum information processing with polar molecules," Physics of ultracold atoms workshop, invited talk, Stellenbosch, South Africa, November 2011
  31. "Ion crystal transducer for strong coupling between single ions and single photons," LPHYS'11, Sarajevo, Bosnia July 2011
  32. "Ion crystal transducer for strong coupling between single ions and single photons," AMO Gordon Research Conference, June 2011
  33. "Ultracold polar molecular arrays for quantum computation", invited talk at ACS conference in Anaheim, CA, March 2011
  34. "Ultracold polar molecular arrays for quantum computation," invited talk at Pacifichem conference, Honolulu, HI, December 2010
  35. "Nonlinear optical phenomena in strongly interacting media," quantum information seminar, Albuquerque, NM, November 2010
  36. "Nonlinear optical phenomena in strongly interacting media," condensed matter seminar, Cornell University, April 2010.
  37. "Slow light and negative refraction: some aspects of quantum coherence effects," undergraduate seminar, Univ. of Connecticut, November 2009.
  38. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum coherence," condensed matter seminar, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, October 2009.
  39. "Production, manipulation, and applications of ultracold polar molecules," MURI kickoff meeting, Univ. of Maryland, October 2009.
  40. "Production and quantum control of ultracold polar molecules," special seminar, Physics Department, Technical University, Munich, July 2009.
  41. "Nonlinear optical phenomena in strongly interacting media," theory colloquium, Physics Department, Technical University, Munich, April 2009.
  42. "Quantum information processing and nonlinear optics with ultracold polar molecules," quantum optics seminar at the Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 2009.
  43. "Single-photon nonlinearities using polar molecules," invited talk at ITAMP workshop, Cambridge, MA, January 2009.
  44. "Quantum information processing and nonlinear optics with ultracold polar molecules," Harvard/MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms colloquium, Cambridge, MA, November 2008.
  45. "Single-photon nonlinearities using polar molecules," invited talk at LPHYS'08 meeting in Trondheim, Norway, July 2008.
  46. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum coherence," SFB Colloquium, University of Ulm, Germany, June 2008.
  47. "Quantum information processing and nonlinear optics with polar molecules," invited talk at DAMOP meeting May 2008.
  48. "Ultracold polar molecules for quantum information processing," seminar at Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford, April 2008.
  49. "Negative refraction and quantum optics," colloquium at Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, April 2008.
  50. "Negative refraction using atomic coherence," plenary talk at the PQE meeting in Snowbird, UT, January 2008.
  51. "Negative refraction using atomic gases," atomic physics seminar, Berkeley, CA, October 2007.
  52. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum optics," colloquium in the Physics Dept. of the University of Colorado, Boulder, Co, September 2007.
  53. "Negative refraction and electromagnetically induced chirality," invited talk at te OSA NLO meeting in Kona, HI, July 2007.
  54. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum optics," seminar talk at the workshop on strongly correlation phenomena at KITP, Santa Barbara, CA, May 2007.
  55. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum optics," plenary talk at the NY section meeting of the APS, West Point, NY, April 2007.
  56. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum optics," colloquium at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, April 2007.
  57. "From negative refraction to single photon control: New frontiers of quantum optics," colloquium at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, February 2007.
  58. "Applications of quantum coherence effects: From molecular quantum computing to negative refraction," colloquium at the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, January 2007.
  59. "Negative index of refraction and electromagnetically induced chirality," invited talk the the PQE XXXVII, Snowbird, UT, January 2007.
  60. "Quantum computing with polar molecules," seminar in the Physics Department of Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, November 2006.
  61. "Negative index without absorption in the optical regime," AMO seminar, Physics Department, SUNY Stony Brook, NY, October 2006.
  62. "Negative index without absorption in the optical regime," invited talk at the US-Japan conference for ultracold atoms in Breckenridge, CO, August 2006.
  63. "Quantum computing with polar molecules," Ginzton seminar at Stanford University, CA, June 2006.
  64. "Negative index without absorption in the optical regime," Cross-Border Workshop, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, June 2006
  65. "Quantum computing with polar molecules," seminar in the Physics Department of the Eidgenössisch Technische Hochschule, Zürich, Switzerland, December 2005.
  66. "Dipolar switching for robust quantum computing using polar molecules," seminar at ITAMP, Harvard/Smithsonian CfA, Cambridge, MA, November 2005.
  67. "Dipolar switching for robust quantum computing using polar molecules," Workshop on Quantum Computing with Polar Molecules in Washington, DC, September 2005.
  68. "Quantum optics in semiconductor nano structures", New Laser Scientist Conference, Rochester, NY, October 2004.
  69. "Atom-atom correlations in optically dense media: Where many-body physics meets quantum optics", AP Seminar, Dept. for Applid Physics, Stanford University, CA, July 2004.
  70. Two lectures on "Coherent and collective phenomena in quantum optics" for the Boulder School for Cendensed Matter and Materials Physics, Boulder, CO, July 2004.
  71. "’Artificial atoms’ in semiconductor nano-structures: Bound exciton quantum dots," REU Colloquium, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, July 2004.
  72. "Atom-atom correlations in optically dense media: Where many-body physics meets quantum optics", Seminar, Harvard/MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms, Cambridge, May 2004.
  73. "Atom-atom correlations in optically dense media: Where many-body physics meets quantum optics", Colloquium, Hunter College New York, NY, October 2003.
  74. "Atom-atom correlations in optically dense media: Where many-body physics meets quantum optics", Atomic Physics Seminar at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, September 2003.
  75. "Correlation effects and superradiance in optically dense media", invited talk at the 12th International Laser Physics Workshop, Hamburg, Germany, August 2003.
  76. "How to catch a photon? Controlling light with light", colloquium at the Physics Department of Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, March 2003.
  77. "Coherent control of light propagation in localized exciton-polaritons", invited talk at the 11th International Laser Physics Workshop, Bratislava, Slovakia, July 2002.
  78. "How to catch a photon: Controlling light with light", REU colloquium, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut, Storrs, June 2002.
  79. "How to catch a photon: Controlling light with light", public lecture at the Science Museum in Barcelona, Spain, November 2001.
  80. " 'Freezing' light: Trapping and Storage of light states in atoms", invited talk at the Fall meeting of the New England section of the American Physical Society, Keene State College, NH, November 2001.
  81. "How to catch a photon: Controlling light with light", seminar at EECS/RLE at MIT, Cambridge, October 2001.
  82. "Coherent quantum optics in semiconductor nanostructures", Condensed Matter Seminar at Physics Department, University of Connecticut, Storrs, October 2001.
  83. "Quantum Information Transfer Between Matter and Light", invited talk at the workshop on Mysteries, Puzzles, and Paradoxons in Quantum Mechanics, Gargnano, Italy, August 2001.
  84. "Coherent Control of Light Propagation in Semiconductor Nanostructures", invited talk at the 10th International Laser Physics Workshop, Moscow, Russia, July 2001.
  85. "How to Catch a Photon: Controlling Light with Light", colloquium, Wellesley Physics Department, Wellesley, MA, May 2001.
  86. "Seeing in the Dark: Controlling propagation in opaque media", physics colloquium at University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, February 2001.
  87. "Proof and potential of double dark resonances", invited talk at the 31st Colloquium on The Physics of Quantum Electronics, Snowbird, UT, January 2001.
  88. "Seeing in the dark: Controlling light propagation in opaque media", physics colloquium at Hunter College, City University of New York, December 2000.
  89. "Superradiance: A simple example in optically dense media", invited talk at the Charles Townes Symposium, Jackson Hole, WY, August 2000.
  90. "Cooperative effects in dense media", Quantum Coherence Topical Group Seminar, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA, February 2000.
  91. "Sensitive photodetection based on multi-photon transitions using tunneling induced transparency", Seminar at the Sensors Directorate, Hanscom Air Force Field, Hanscom, MA, September 1999.
  92. "Sensitive photodetection based on multiphoton transitions using tunneling induced transparency", invited talk at the ONR Quantum Optics workshop, July 1999, Jackson Hole, WY.
  93. "Interacting dark resonances and their applications", Ultracold Atom Group Seminar, Research Laboratory for Electronics, Massachusetts Institute for Technology, Cambridge, MA, June 1999.
  94. "Double-dark Resonances: Physics and applications in atoms and quantum wells", Atomic and Molecular Physics Seminar, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA, May 1999.
  95. "Longwavelength infrared photo detection based on resonant tunneling induced transparency", Optics and Photonics Seminar, Research Laboratory for Electronics, Massachusetts Institute for Technology, Cambridge, MA, April 1999.
  96. "Coherent radiation in optically dense media", Rochester Institute for Theoretical Physics, Rochester, NY, October 1998.
  97. "Dressed state engineering and double-dark states", Optics and Photonics Seminar, Research Laboratory for Electronics, Massachusetts Institute for Technology, Cambridge, MA, September 1998.
  98. "Double-dark resonances and its applications to atoms and semiconductor quantum wells", invited talk at the ONR Quantum Optics workshop, Jackson Hole, WY, August 1999.
  99. "Atom-Atom interactions and coherence effects in dense atomic media", Seminar of the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Sektion Physik, Ludwig-Maximilian-Universitaet Muenchen, Germany, February 1998.
  100. "Quantum corrections to the Lorentz-Lorenz local field formula", invited talk at the 28th Colloquium on The Physics of Quantum Electronics, Snowbird, UT, January 1998.
  101. "Gain without inversion and frequency up-conversion", invited talk at the workshop on Quantum Optics in Pure and Applied physics, Taos, NM, August 1997.
  102. "Inversionless gain and enhancement of index of refraction via quantum coherence", invited talk at the International Symposium on Quantum Optics, Ulm, Germany, July 1997.
  103. "Sensitive spectroscopy based on dense coherent media," invited talk at the 27th Colloquium on The Physics of Quantum Electronics, Snowbird, UT, January 1997.
  104. "Non-cooperative effects in optically dense media", Seminar at the U.S. Army Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, AL, November 1996.
  105. "Gain without inversion and frequency up-conversion", Statistical Physics Seminar, University of Texas, Austin, TX, October 1996.
  106. "Recoil in micromaser Welcher-Weg detection", invited talk at the 26th Colloquium on The Physics of Quantum Electronics, Snowbird, UT, January 1996.
  107. "Subnatural linewidth in second order photon-photon correlations", Coherence Effects in Laser Physics, Jackson Hole, WY, August 1996.