Reference : Quantum chaos, transport, and control - In quantum optics
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Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences : Physics
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/75141
Quantum chaos, transport, and control - In quantum optics
English
Madronero, Javier [> > > >]
Ponomarev, Alexey [> > > >]
Carvalho, Andre R R [> > > >]
Wimberger, Sandro [> > > >]
Viviescas, Carlos [> > > >]
Kolovsky, Andrey [> > > >]
Hornberger, Klaus [> > > >]
Schlagheck, Peter mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de physique > Physique quantique statistique >]
Krug, Andreas [> > > >]
Buchleitner, Andreas [> > > >]
2006
Advances in Atomic and Molecular Physics
Elsevier Academic Press Inc
53
33-73
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
0065-2199
San Diego
[en] Chaos implies unpredictability, fluctuations, and the need for statistical modelling. Quantum optics has developed into one of the most advanced subdisciplines of modern physics in terms of the control of matter on a microscopic scale, and, in particular, of isolated, single quantum objects. Prima facie, both fields therefore appear rather distant in philosophy and outset. However, as we shall discuss in the present review, chaos, and, more specifically, quantum chaos opens up novel perspectives for our understanding of the dynamics of increasingly complex quantum systems, and of ultimate quantum control by tailoring complexity.
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/75141
10.1016/S1049-250X(06)53002-2

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