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2019

Coherent coupling of single molecules to on-chip ring resonators

Dominik Rattenbacher, Alexey Shkarin, Jan Renger, Tobias Utikal, Stephan Götzinger, Vahid Sandoghdar

New Journal of Physics (2019) | Journal

Emission of circularly polarized light by a linear dipole

Martin Neugebauer, Peter Banzer, Sergey Nechayev

Science Advances 5(6) (2019) | Journal

Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with Frequency-Dependent Reflectors

Ondrej Černotík, Aurelien Dantan, Claudiu Genes

Physical Review Letters 122 243601 (2019) | Journal

Vectorial vortex generation and phase singularities upon Brewster reflection

Rene Barczyk, Sergey Nechayev, Muhammad Abdullah Butt, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer

Physical Review A 99(6) 063820 063820-1- 063820-8 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Accelerated adiabatic quantum gates: optimizing speed versus robustness

Hugo Ribeiro, Aashish A. Clerk

arXiv 1906.06737v1 Preprint

Experimental demonstration of linear and spinning Janus dipoles for polarisation and wavelength selective near-field coupling

M. F. Picardi, Martin Neugebauer, Jörg Eismann, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer, F. J. Rodriguez-Fortuno, A. V. Zayats

Light: Science & Applications 8(1) 52 (2019) 1-7 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Mimicking Chiral Light-Matter Interaction

Sergey Nechayev, Peter Banzer

Physical Review B 99(24) 241101(R) 241101-1- 241101-6 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Resonance inversion in a superconducting cavity coupled to artificial atoms and a microwave background

Juha Leppäkangas, Jan David Brehm, Ping Yang, Lingzhen Guo, Michael Marthaler, Alexey V. Ustinov, Martin Weides

Physical Review A (2019) | Journal | PDF

MRI-guided robotic arm drives optogenetic fMRI with concurrent Ca2+ recording

Y Chen, P Pais-Roldán, X Chen, Michael Frosz, X Yu

Nature Communications 10(1) 2536 1-11 (2019) | Journal

Prospects of reinforcement learning for simultaneous damping of many mechanical modes

Christian Sommer, Muhammad Asjad, Claudiu Genes

arXiv:1905.12344 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Towards Polarization-based Excitation Tailoring for Extended Raman Spectroscopy

Simon Grosche, Richard Hünermann, George Sarau, Silke Christiansen, Robert W. Boyd, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer

arXiv: 1905.12325 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Spin-Orbit Coupling and the Evolution of Transverse Spin

Jörg Eismann, Peter Banzer, Martin Neugebauer

arXiv: 1905.12539 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Thresholdless deep and vacuum ultraviolet Raman frequency conversion in hydrogen-filled photonic crystal fiber

Manoj K. Mridha, David Novoa, Pooria Hosseini, Philip St. J. Russell

Optica 6(6) 731-734 (2019) | Journal

Fabrication and non-destructive characterization of tapered single-ring hollow-core photonic crystal fiber

Riccardo Pennetta, Michael T. Enders, Michael H. Frosz, Francesco Tani, Philip St. J. Russell

APL Photonics 4 056105 1-6 (2019) | Journal

Langevin Approach to Quantum Optics with Molecules

Michael Reitz, Christian Sommer, Claudiu Genes

Physical Review Letters 122 203602 (2019) | Journal

Large-Area 3D Plasmonic Crescents with Tunable Chirality

Eric S. A. Goerlitzer, Reza Mohammadi, Sergey Nechayev, Peter Banzer, Nicolas Vogel

Advanced Optical Materials 1801770 (2019) | Journal

Electrically driven single-photon superradiance from molecular chains in a plasmonic nanocavity

Yang Luo, Gong Chen, Yang Zhang, Li Zhang, Yunjie Yu, Fanfang Kong, Xiaojun Tian, Yao Zhang, Chongxin Shan, Yi Luo, et al.

Physical Review Letters, to appear

Pump-probe multi-species CARS in a hollow-core PCF with a 20 ppm detection limit under ambient conditions

Rinat Tyumenev, Luisa Späth, Barbara M. Trabold, Goran Ahmed, Michael H. Frosz, Philip St. J. Russell

Optics Letters 44(10) 2486-2489 (2019) | Journal

Multi-twist polarization ribbon topologies in highly-confined optical fields

Thomas Bauer, Peter Banzer, Frédéric Bouchard, Sergej Orlov, Lorenzo Marrucci, Enrico Santamato, Robert W Boyd, Ebrahim Karimi, Gerd Leuchs

New Journal of Physics 21 053020 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Substrate-Induced Chirality in an Individual Nanostructure

Sergey Nechayev, Rene Barczyk, Uwe Mick, Peter Banzer

arXiv: 1905.02619v1 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Spatio-temporal measurement of ionization-induced modal index changes in gas-filled PCF by prism-assisted side-coupling

Barbara M. Trabold, Mallika I. Suresh, Johannes R. Köhler, Michael H. Frosz, Francesco Tani, Philip St. J. Russell

Optics Express 27(10) 14392-14399 (2019) | Journal

Investigating the Optical Properties of a Laser Induced 3D Self‐Assembled Carbon–Metal Hybrid Structure

Muhammad Abdullah Butt, Antonino Calà Lesina, Martin Neugebauer, Thomas Bauer, Lora Ramunno, Alessandro Vaccari, Pierre Berini, Yuriy Petrov, Denis Danilov, Alina Manshina, et al.

Small 15(18) 1900512 1900512-1-1900512-9 (2019) | Journal

Enhanced collective Purcell effect of coupled quantum emitter systems

David Plankensteiner, Christian Sommer, Michael Reitz, Helmut Ritsch, Claudiu Genes

Physical Review A 99(4) 043843 (2019) | Journal

Collisional quantum thermometry

Stella Seah, Stefan Nimmrichter, Daniel Grimmer, Jader P. Santos, Angeline Shu, Valerio Scarini, Gabriel T. Landi

arXiv 1904.12551 (2019) Preprint

Nanoprinting organic molecules at the quantum level

Claudio U. Hail, Christian Höller, Korenobu Matsuzaki, Patrik Rohner, Jan Renger, Vahid Sandoghdar, Dimos Poulikakos, Hadi Eghlidi

Nature Communications (10) 1880 (2019) | Journal

Ensemble-induced strong light-matter coupling of a single quantum emitter

Stefan Schütz, Johannes Schachenmayer, David Hagenmüller, Vahid Sandoghdar, Thomas W. Ebbesen, Claudiu Genes, Guido Pupillo

arXiv:1904.08888 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Almost thermal operations: inhomogeneous reservoirs

Angeline Shu, Yu Cai, Stella Seah, Stefan Nimmrichter, Valerio Scarini

arXiv 1904.08736 (2019) Preprint

Interferometric scattering microscopy reveals microsecond nanoscopic protein motion on a live cell membrane

Richard W. Taylor, Reza Gholami Mahmoodabadi, Verena Rauschenberger, Andreas Giessl, Alexandra Schambony, Vahid Sandoghdar

Nature Photonics (2019) | Journal

Polarization-Tailored Raman Frequency Conversion in Chiral Gas-Filled Hollow-Core Photonic Crystal Fibers

Sona Davtyan, David Novoa, Yang Chen, Michael H. Frosz, Philip St. J. Russell

Physical Review Letters 122(14) 143902 1-5 (2019) | Journal

Huygens' Dipole for Polarization-Controlled Nanoscale Light Routing

Sergey Nechayev, Jörg Eismann, Martin Neugebauer, Pawel Wozniak, Ankan Bag, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer

Physical Review A 99(4) 041801 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Seeded and unseeded high-order parametric down-conversion

Cameron Okoth, Andrea Cavanna, Nicolas Joly, Maria Chekhova

Physical Review A 99 043809 (2019) | Journal

Study of broadband multimode light via non-phase-matched sum frequency generation

Denis Kopylov, Kirill Spasibko, Tatiana Murzina, Maria Chekhova

New Journal of Physics 21 033024 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Pulse-repetition-rate tuning of a harmonically mode-locked fiber laser using a tapered photonic crystal fiber

Dung-Han Yeh, Wenbin He, Meng Pang, Xin Jiang, Gordon K. L. Wong, Philip St J. Russell

Optics Letters 44(7) 1580-1583 (2019) | Journal

Overcoming inefficient detection in sub-shot-noise absorption measurement and imaging

Eugene Knyazev, Farid Khalili, Maria Chekhova

Optics Express 27(6) 7868-7885 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Initialisation of single spin dressed states using shortcuts to adiabaticity

Johannes Kölbl, Arne Barfuss, Mark Kasperczyk, Lucas Thiel, Aashish Clerk, Hugo Ribeiro, Patrick Maletinsky

Physical Review Letters 122(9) 090502 (2019) | Journal

A primary radiation standard based on quantum nonlinear optics

Samuel Lemieux, Enno Giese, Robert Fickler, Maria Chekhova, Robert Boyd

Nature Physics (2019) | Journal

Non-phase matched parametric down conversion in an ultrathin nonlinear layer

Cameron Okoth, Andrea Cavanna, Tomas Santiago-Cruz, Maria Chekhova

arXiv: 1902.11218 Preprint | PDF

Super- and subradiance of clock atoms in multimode optical waveguides

Laurin Ostermann, Clément Meignant, Claudiu Genes, Helmut Ritsch

New Journal of Physics 21 025004 (2019) | Journal

Macroscopicity of quantum mechanical superposition tests via hypothesis falsification

Björn Schrinski, Stefan Nimmrichter, Benjamin A. Stickler, Klaus Hornberger

arXiv 1902.11092 (2019)

Orbital-to-Spin Angular Momentum Conversion Employing Local Helicity

Sergey Nechayev, Jörg Eismann, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer

Physical Review B 99(7) 075155 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Turning a molecule into a coherent two-level quantum system

Daqing Wang, Hrishikesh Kelkar, Diego-Martin Cano, Dominik Rattenbacher, Alexey Shkarin, Tobias Utikal, Stephan Götzinger, Vahid Sandoghdar

Nature Physics (2019) | Journal

Classically Entangled Light

Andrew Forbes, Andrea Aiello, Bienvenu Ndagano, Taco D. Visser

Progress in Optics 64 99-153 (2019) | Book Chapter

Laser refrigeration using exciplex resonances in gas filled hollow-core fibres

Christian Sommer, Nicolas Y. Joly, Helmut Ritsch, Claudiu Genes

arXiv:1902.01216 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Interaction of light carrying orbital angular momentum with a chiral dipolar scatterer

Pawel Wozniak, Israel De León, Katja Höflich, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer

arXiv: 1902.01731v1 (2019) Preprint | PDF

Direct characterization of tuneable few-femtosecond dispersive-wave pulses in the deep UV

Christian Brahms, Dane R. Austin, Francesco Tani, Allan S. Johnson, Douglas Garratt, John. C. Travers, John W. G. Tisch, Philip Russell, Jon P. Marangos

Optics Letters 44(4) 731-734 (2019) | Journal

Interference effects in hybrid cavity optomechanics

Ondrej Černotík, Claudiu Genes, Aurelien Dantan

Quantum Science and Technology 4(2) 024002 (2019) | Journal | PDF

Weak measurement enhanced spin Hall effect of light for particle displacement sensing

Martin Neugebauer, Sergey Nechayev, Martin Vorndran, Gerd Leuchs, Peter Banzer

Nano Letters 19(1) 422-425 (2019) | Journal

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