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The Optical Physics is a field of physics that is under the atomic, molecular, and optical physics. This is also considered as the generation of electromagnetic radiation focusing on manipulation and control.

In this [course_title] will provide you the foundations for contemporary research in selected areas of atomic and optical physics This will help you understand important topics such as: non-classical states of light-squeezed states and many more.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Lecture 1: Introduction to Atomic Physics 01:16:00
Lecture 2: QED Hamiltonian 01:17:00
Lecture 3: Quantum description of light, Part 1 01:27:00
Lecture 3: Quantum description of light, Part 2 01:29:00
Lecture 4: Non-classical light, squeezing, Part 1 01:22:00
Lecture 4: Non-classical light, squeezing, Part 2 01:24:00
Module 02
Lecture 5: Single photons, Part 1 01:21:00
Lecture 5: Single photons, Part 2 01:23:00
Lecture 6: Entangled states 01:23:00
Lecture 7: Metrology, shot noise and Heisenberg limit, Part 1 01:24:00
Lecture 7: Metrology, shot noise and Heisenberg limit, Part 2 01:25:00
Lecture 8: g(2) for atoms and light 01:23:00
Module 03
Lecture 9: Diagrams for light-atom interactions 00:34:00
Lecture 10: van der Waals and Casimir interactions 00:53:00
Lecture 11: Casimir force 01:19:00
Lecture 12: Resonant interactions 01:23:00
Lecture 13: Derivation of optical Bloch equations 01:24:00
Lecture 14: Solutions of optical Bloch equations, Part 1 01:21:00
Lecture 14: Solutions of optical Bloch equations, Part 2 01:25:00
Module 04
Lecture 15: Unraveling Open System Quantum Dynamics 01:21:00
Lecture 16: Light forces, Part 1 01:29:00
Lecture 16: Light forces, Part 2 01:24:00
Lecture 17: Dressed atom, Part 1 01:23:00
Lecture 17: Dressed atom, Part 2 01:18:00
Module 05
Lecture 18: Techniques for ultralow temperatures 01:17:00
Lecture19: Bose gases 01:15:00
Lecture 20: Fermi gases, BEC-BCS crossover 00:57:00
Lecture 21: Ion trapping and quantum gates 00:40:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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