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Multi-photon interferences in quantum optics

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Start date: 01/01/2007

Abstract (technical / expert description):

We investigate collective emission characteristics of independent sources, having, in particular, relative distances larger than the emission wavelength. By studying the state evolution of the scattered fields in a quantum path picture, we derive and explain quantum optical effects like Dicke superradiance, subradiance, hyperradiance, simultaneous antibunching, bunching and superbunching, as well as generalized Hong-Ou-Mandel interferences or boson sampling in free space.


Journal article
Mährlein S, Oppel S, Wiegner R, et al. (2017)
Hong–Ou–Mandel interference without beam splitters
Journal of Modern Optics

Journal article
Pleinert MO, von Zanthier J, Agarwal GS (2017)
Hyperradiance from collective behavior of coherently driven atoms

Journal article
Mehringer T, Oppel S, von Zanthier J (2017)
An optical multimode fiber as pseudothermal light source
Applied Physics B-Lasers and Optics

Journal article
Bhatti D, Oppel S, Wiegner R, et al. (2016)
Simulating Dicke-like superradiance with classical light sources
Physical Review A

Journal article
Wiegner R, Oppel S, Bhatti D, et al. (2015)
Simulating superradiance from higher-order-intensity-correlation measurements: Single atoms
Physical Review A

Journal article
Mährlein S, von Zanthier J, Agarwal GS (2015)
Complete three photon Hong-Ou-Mandel interference at a three port device
Optics Express

Journal article
Bhatti D, von Zanthier J, Agarwal GS (2015)
Superbunching and Nonclassicality as new Hallmarks of Superradiance
Scientific Reports

Journal article
Oppel S, Wiegner R, Agarwal GS, et al. (2014)
Directional Superradiant Emission from Statistically Independent Incoherent Nonclassical and Classical Sources
Physical Review Letters

Journal article
Wiegner R, von Zanthier J, Agarwal GS (2011)
Quantum-interference-initiated superradiant and subradiant emission from entangled atoms
Physical Review A

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