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 Modern Studies of Basic Quantum Concepts and Phenomena
(1997, NS 104)
Erik B. Karlsson, Erkki Brändas, Osvaldo Goscinski, Carl Nordling, Bengt Nagel, Göran Lindblad, Gösta Ekspong
June 14-17, Gimo Herrgård, Sweden
Proceedings: E. B. Karlsson, E. Brändas: Modern Studies of Basic Quantum Concepts and Phenomena (1998), Physica Scripta, vol T76/ World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore.

ISBN 0031-8949 (0281-1847)
ISBN 91-87308-65-7

 

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Table of Contents  
Organizing committee 4
List of participants 5
Modern studies of basic quantum concepts and phenomena
E. B. Karlsson and E. Brändas
7
Observation of quantized vortices in superconductors by electron waves. A. Tonomura 16
Quantum phenomena studied by neutron interferometry
H. Rauch
24
Manipulating atoms and photons
C. Cohen-Tannoudji
33
Do Bohm trajectories always provide a trustworthy physical picture of particle motion?
M. O. Scully
41
The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen debate: on the way to a final answer
E. S. Fry, T. Walther and R. A. Kenefick
47
Quantum entanglement: criteria and collective tests
A. Peres
52
If one could build a macroscopic Schrödinger Cat state, one could communicate superluminally
D. M. Greenberger
57
Quantum optical studies of tunneling and other superluminal phenomena
R. Y. Chiao and A. M. Steinberg
61
Quantum pasts and the utility of history
J. B. Hartle
67
Quantum histories
A. Kent
78
On the two-state vector reformulation of quantum mechanics
Y. Aharonov and L. Vaidman
85
Intermode traces - fundamental interference phenomenon in quantum and wave physics
A. E. Kaplan, P. Stifter, K. A. H. van Leeuwen, W. E. Lamb, Jr. and W. P. Schleich
93
A gallery of quantum states: tomography of nonclassical light
J. Mlynek, G. Breitenbach and S. Schiller
98
Generation of squeezed light from semiconductor lasers and its application to precision measurements
Y. Yamamoto
103
Measuring the quantum phase of the E.M. field by interference as n  0
J. R. Torgerson and L. Mandel
110
Experimental and theoretical progress in interaction-free measurements
P. G. Kwia
115
Decoherence and quantum nondemolition measurements in the LIGO project
V. B. Braginsky
122
Strong interactions of single atoms and photons in cavity QED
H. J. Kimble
127
Quantum optics of a single atom
H. Walther
138
Trapped-ion quantum simulator
D. J. Wineland, C. Monroe, W. M. Itano, B. E. King, D. Leibfried, C. Myatt and C. Wood
147
Generation and preservation of coherence in dissipative quantum optical environments
B. M. Garraway, P. L. Knight and M. B. Plenio
152
Entanglement, mesoscopic superpositions and decoherence studies with atoms and photons in a cavity
S. Haroche
159
Quantum coherence with a single cooper pair
V. Bouchiat, D. Vion, P. Joyez, D. Esteve and M. H. Devoret
165
Mesoscopic physics and the fundamentals of quantum mechanics
Y. Imry
171
Coherence and decoherence of positive particle states in solids
E. B. Karlsson
179
Decoherence, chaos, quantum-classical correspondence, and the algorithmic arrow of time
W. H. Zurek
186
Bose-condensed alkali gases as testbeds for fundamental quantum mechanics
A. J. Leggett
199
Quantum entanglement: a fundamental concept finding its applications
A. Zeilinger
203
Quantum information
C. H. Bennett
210
Quantum interferometers as quantum computers
A. Ekert
218
Quantum communication in a quantum network
J. I. Cirac, S. J. van Enk, P. Zoller, H. J. Kimble and H. Mabuchi
223

 

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