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  Roadmap on STIRAP applications

Bergmann, K., Nägerl, H.-C., Panda, C., Gabrielse, G., Miloglyadov, E., Quack, M., et al. (2019). Roadmap on STIRAP applications. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 52: 202001. Retrieved from http://arxiv.org/abs/1908.01611.

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Bergmann, Klaas1, 2, Author
Nägerl, Hanns-Christoph3, Author
Panda, Cristian4, 5, Author
Gabrielse, Gerald4, 5, Author
Miloglyadov, Eduard6, Author
Quack, Martin6, Author
Seyfang, Georg6, Author
Wichmann, Gunther6, Author
Ospelkaus, Silke7, Author
Kuhn, Axel8, Author
Longhi, Stefano9, Author
Szameit, Alexander10, Author
Pirro, Philipp1, Author
Hillebrands, Burkard1, Author
Zhu, Xue-Feng11, Author
Zhu, Jie12, Author
Drewsen, Michael13, Author
Hensinger, Winfried K.14, Author
Weidt, Sebastian14, Author
Halfmann, Thomas15, Author
Wang, Hai-Lin16, AuthorParaoanu, Gheorghe Sorin17, AuthorVitanov, Nikolay V.18, AuthorMompart, Jordi19, AuthorBusch, Thomas20, AuthorBarnum, Timothy J.21, AuthorGrimes, David D.4, 22, 23, AuthorField, Robert W.21, AuthorRaizen, Mark G.24, AuthorNarevicius, Edvardas25, AuthorAuzinsh, Marcis26, AuthorBudker, Dmitry27, 28, AuthorPálffy, Adriana2, Author              Keitel, Christoph H.2, Author               more..
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Free keywords: Quantum Physics, quant-ph, Physics, Atomic Physics, physics.atom-ph, Physics, Chemical Physics, physics.chem-ph
 MPINP: Research group A. Pálffy – Division C. H. Keitel
 Abstract: STIRAP (Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage) is a powerful laser-based method, usually involving two photons, for efficient and selective transfer of population between quantum states. A particularly interesting feature is the fact that the coupling between the initial and the final quantum states is via an intermediate state even though the lifetime of the latter can be much shorter than the interaction time with the laser radiation. Nevertheless, spontaneous emission from the intermediate state is prevented by quantum interference. Maintaining the coherence between the initial and final state throughout the transfer process is crucial. STIRAP was initially developed with applications in chemical dynamics in mind. That is why the original paper of 1990 was published in The Journal of Chemical Physics. However, as of about the year 2000, the unique capabilities of STIRAP and its robustness with respect to small variations of some experimental parameters stimulated many researchers to apply the scheme in a variety of other fields of physics. The successes of these efforts are documented in this collection of articles.

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 Dates: 2019-09-27
 Publication Status: Published online
 Pages: accepted for publication in Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
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 Identifiers: arXiv: 1908.01611
URI: http://arxiv.org/abs/1908.01611
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Pages: - Volume / Issue: 52 Sequence Number: 202001 Start / End Page: - Identifier: ISSN: 0022-3700
ISSN: 1361-6455
CoNE: https://pure.mpg.de/cone/journals/resource/0022-3700