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QUANTUM OPTICS, FROM ONE MODE TO MANY MODES

Abstract : These lectures form a general introduction to the domain of Quantum Optics, with a special emphasis on the notion of field eigenmodes that are necessary to describe the quantum effects in light and define the photons: possibility of changing the basis of field eigenmodes and choosing the most appropriate one, definition of intrinsic properties, independent of the choice of basis. Are successively studied the single mode quantum effects, the quantum correlations existing in bimodal systems, and some interesting features of highly multimode systems such as the optical images.
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Claude Fabre. QUANTUM OPTICS, FROM ONE MODE TO MANY MODES. Doctoral. 2008. ⟨sfo-00270537⟩

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