Special Issue "Nanoscale Quantum Optics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 19 January 2024 | Viewed by 2630
Interests: quantum optics; quantum information; solid state systems; nanostructures; 2D materials; optical and electronic properties of graphene; spintronics; quantum memory; quantum measurements; quantum correlations; entanglement; atomic and superconductive qubits; photon qubits; nonclassical fields; squeezed states of light; interaction of electromagnetic field with atoms and molecules
The interaction of non-classical light with solid-state nanosystems is a new, incredibly interesting and relevant direction of modern quantum physics. This area of inspiring research combines the quantum features of light- and nanoscale properties of matter arising due to spatial quantization and gives rise to new physical effects. The found effects are of great importance from a fundamental point of view and very promising for practical applications in quantum nanotechnology, nanoelectronics, quantum measurements, quantum optics, quantum computing, and information science.
Nanophotonics and nanoscale quantum optics provide precise manipulation of nano-object properties and at the same time open new possibilities of production, detection, and management of quantum light with channel light in a nanoscale volume. We are pleased to invite you to contribute to the Special Issue “Nanoscale Quantum Optics” which is generally focused on the development of novel methods and techniques to control the interaction between light and matter at a nanosize level and femtosecond timescales.
In this Special Issue, original research articles and reviews are welcome. Research areas may include (but not be limited to) the following: single photon sources, generation and manipulation of quantum light on a chip, nanosystems in microcavity, excitation of nanostructures by quantum light, optical and electronic properties of 2D materials induced by quantum light, metamaterials as a tool for manipulating quantum light, novel techniques and development of defect color nanophotonics, atom–photon quantum interface, correlations, entanglement and hybrid systems, superconducting devices for few-photon generation and conversion, and high time and scale resolution quantum measurements.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Prof. Dr. Olga V. Tikhonova
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- quantum light–matter interaction
- quantum optics on chip
- nanosystems in microcavities
- quantum nanooptics
- excitation of nanostructures by quantum light
- quantum entanglement
- hybrid systems
- quantum light propagation