PQE-2009 — Poster Session

Bernhard W. Adams, Argonne National Laboratory
‘‘Parametric Down Conversion of X-Rays’’

Lincoln Carr, Colorado School of Mines
‘‘Nonlinear Phenomena in Bose-Einstein Condensates: Atomic Soliton Lasers and Beyond’’

Hichem Eleuch, Texas A&M University
‘‘Excitation of atomic coherence using off-resonant, strong Laser pulses’’

Shaoyan Gao, Texas A&M University
‘‘Coherent control of elastic and Raman fluorescence channels in a 3-level system’’

Dagmar Gerthsen, University of Karlsruhe
‘‘Towards Quantification of the In-Distribution in InAs Quantum Dots by Transmission Electron Microscopy’’

Ariunbold Gombojav, Texas A&M University
‘‘Temporal behavior of Ultraviolet Raman Superradiance’’

Alexander A. Govyadinov, University of Pennsylvania
‘‘Superluminal SPP Pulses in Linear Chains of Metallic Nanoshperoids’’

Mark Havey, Old Dominion University
‘‘Parametric resonance of ultracold and high density Rb atoms confined to an optical dipole trap’’

Mark Havey, Old Dominion University
‘‘Optical pumping dynamics and near-resonance light scattering in an ultracold sample of Rb atoms’’

Hermes Huang, Yale University
‘‘Single Particle Aerosol Detection using Laser-Induced Fluorescence’’

Hannes Hübel, University of Vienna
‘‘Robust and reliable entanglement based QKD over 50km’’

Pankaj Kumar Jha, Texas A&M University
‘‘New Analytical Solutions for Two Level Systems’’

Robin Kaiser, INLN, CNRS, UNSA
‘‘Photon Lévy Flight in a Rubidium Vapor’’

Robin Kaiser, INLN, CNRS, UNSA
‘‘Toward a Random Laser with Cold Atoms’’

Rina Kanamoto, Ochanomizu University, Japan
‘‘Quantum phase transition, symmetry breaking, and entanglement in one-dimensional Bose gas’’

Sanjit Karmakar, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
‘‘Can two-photon interference of thermal light be considered as statistical correlation of intensity fluctuations?’’

Uday Khankhoje, California Institute of Technology
‘‘Fabrication and Characterization of Slab Microcavities’’

Fam Le Kien, University of Electro- Communications, Japan
‘‘Slowing down of a guided light field along a nanofiber embedded in a cold atomic gas’’

Arnaud Landragin, SYRTE-Observatoire de Paris
‘‘Off-resonant Raman transitions in an atom interferometer’’

Christopher McGuinness, Stanford University
‘‘Woodpile Structure Fabrication for Photonic Crystal Laser Particle Accelerators’’

Christian P. Morath, Sandia National Laboratories
‘‘Density imbalance effect on the Coulomb drag upturn in an undoped electron-hole bilayer’’

Frank A. Narducci, Naval Air Systems Command
‘‘Propagation of pulses in a four level medium’’

Kali Prasanna Nayak, University of Electro- Communications, Japan
‘‘Optical Nanofibers for Manipulating Atoms and Photons’’

Koryun Oganesyan, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
‘‘The Undulator Radiation in Terahertz Region’’

Koryun Oganesyan, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
‘‘Formation of relativistic positron systems and their decay to X-rays by the axial channeling of positrons in ionic crystals’’

Alexei Ourjoumtsev, Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics
‘‘Two-photon gateway in one-atom cavity quantum electrodynamics’’

Viktor A. Podolskiy, Oregon State University
‘‘Hyper-gratings: nanophotonics in planar anisotropic metamaterials’’

Gabriel Price, University of Texas at Austin
‘‘Single-Photon Cooling to the Limit of Trap Dynamics: Maxwell’s Demon Near Maximum Efficiency’’

Ben Richards, University of Arizona
‘‘AFM studies of surface grating formation in MBE-grown InGaAs/GaAs multiple quantum well structures’’

Ralf Röhlsberger, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron DESY
‘‘The Nuclear Lighthouse Effect’’

Eyob A. Sete, Texas A&M University
‘‘Two-photon excitation in three two-level atom system: Dicke Superradiance’’

Nikolai Stelmakh, University of Texas at Arlington
‘‘Parametric gain for multimode light’’

Julian Sweet, University of Arizona
‘‘Nonlinear Reflectivity of Fibonacci Quantum Wells’’

Jonathan Wurtele, UC Berkeley and LBNL
‘‘Brightness and Phase Space Considerations in FEL Optimization’’

Hui Xia, Princeton and Texas A&M University
‘‘Experiments on applying surface enhancement in FAST-CARS’’

Zhenda Xie, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
‘‘Can two-photon interference of thermal light be considered as statistical correlation or anti-correlation of intensity fluctuations?’’

Zhenshan Yang, Texas A&M University
‘‘‘Backward Heisenberg Picture’ Approach for Spontaneous Parametric Down-Conversion and Spontaneous Emission’’

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