Light-Matter Interaction - Physics and Engineering at the Nanoscale.pdf

Light-Matter Interaction - Physics and Engineering at the Nanoscale PDF

John Weiner

Light-matter interaction is pervasive throughout the disciplines of optical and atomic physics, condensed matter physics, electrical engineering, and now increasingly in biology and medicine with frequency and length scales extending over many orders of magnitude. Deep earth and sea communications use frequencies of a few tens of Hz, and X-ray imaging requires sources oscillating at hundreds of petaHz (1015 s-1). Light-Matter Interaction provides advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers from diverse disciplines the principal tools required to understand and contribute to rapidly advancing developments in light-matter interaction centred at optical frequencies and length scales from a few hundred nanometres to a few hundredths of a nanometre. This book deploys an arsenal of powerful analytic tools to reader this multidisciplinary subject in unique form, not encountered in standard physics or electrical engineering textbooks. This second edition has been substantially expanded with almost 200 pages of new material. Several added and extended chapters treat momentum flow between fields and matter, metamaterials, and atom-optical forces applied to atomic and molecular cooling and trapping.

Title: Controlling light-matter interactions using two-dimensional materials and ... light and matter has played a central role in the development of quantum physics and ... leads to new ways to engineer light-matter interactions at the nanoscale.

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Light-Matter Interaction - Physics and Engineering at the Nanoscale.pdf

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Light-Matter Interaction: Physics and Engineering at the Nanoscale. John Weiner and Frederico Nunes. Abstract. This book draws together the essential ... ... wave physics, plasmonic materials, and circuit theory of electrical engineering to provide insight into the essential physics of nanoscale light-matter interaction ...

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This book deploys an arsenal of powerful analytic tools to render this multidisciplinary subject in unique form, not encountered in standard Physics or Electrical Engineering text books. This new edition has been substantially expanded with almost 200 pages of new material. Several new and extended chapters treat momentum flow between fields and matter, metamaterials, and atom-optical forces applied to … PDF Light-Matter Interaction- Physics and …

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May 31, 2012 ... Tailoring Light-Matter Interaction with a Nanoscale Plasmon Resonator ... Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138, USA; 3Lebedev ... *Present address: Department of Electrical Engineering, Columbia ... ... few nanometers. Available at http://www.europhysicsnews.org or http://dx.doi. org/10.1051/epn/2015504 ... poses a limit on the achievable light-matter interaction strength. ... cal engineering which has inspired the nanophotonics community.