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Mukamel, Shaul and Freyberger, Matthias and Schleich, Wolfgang and Sánchez Soto, Luis Lorenzo and Otros, ... (2020) Roadmap on quantum light spectroscopy. Journal of physics B - atomic molecular and optical physics, 53 (7). ISSN 0953-4075

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Conventional spectroscopy uses classical light to detect matter properties through the variation of its response with frequencies or time delays. Quantum light opens up new avenues for spectroscopy by utilizing parameters of the quantum state of light as novel control knobs and through the variation of photon statistics by coupling to matter. This Roadmap article focuses on using quantum light as a powerful sensing and spectroscopic tool to reveal novel information about complex molecules that is not accessible by classical light. It aims at bridging the quantum optics and spectroscopy communities which normally have opposite goals: manipulating complex light states with simple matter e.g. qubits versus studying complex molecules with simple classical light, respectively. Articles cover advances in the generation and manipulation of state-of-the-art quantum light sources along with applications to sensing, spectroscopy, imaging and interferometry.


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Artículo escrito por 34 autores.
© 2019 IOP Publishing Ltd.
The support the National Science Foundation (Grant No.CHE-1663822) is gratefully acknowledged.This research was partially supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation through the grant PP00P2_159259...EdV acknowledges support from MINECO (FIS2015-64951-R, Ramón y Cajal).

Uncontrolled Keywords:Orbital angular-momentum; Podolsky-Rosen Paradox; 2-Photon absorption; Delayed choice; Fluorescence; Entanglement; Information; Generation; Interference; Realization
Subjects:Sciences > Physics > Optics
ID Code:59943
Deposited On:16 Apr 2020 16:15
Last Modified:16 Apr 2020 16:15

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