PQE-2005 — Poster Session

Paul M. Alsing, Air Force Research Laboratory
‘‘Laser Cooling of Semiconductors’’

Anton Biryukov, Texas A&M University
‘‘Nonlinear Wave Mixing in GaAs/InGaAs/InGaP Butt-Joint Diode Lasers’’

Juntao Chang, Texas A&M University
‘‘Three qubit quantum phase gate based on cavity QED’’

Barak Dayan, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
‘‘Sum-Frequency Generation and Temporal Shaping of Entangled Photons’’

Tiegang Di, Texas A&M University
‘‘Teleportation of Arbitrary Atomic Dicke States’’

Matt Eisaman, Harvard University
‘‘Quantum Control of Single Photons using Electromagnetically Induced Transparency’’

Elinor Irish, University of Rochester
‘‘Quantum Electro-Mechanics: Cavity QED beyond the rotating-wave approximation’’

Stefanie Gräfe, Wuerzburg University, Germany
‘‘Quantum Control Fields from Instantaneous Dynamics’’

Paul S. Hsu, Texas A&M University
‘‘Nonlinear Magneto Optic Rotation at High Laser Intensity’’

Geoffrey Hunter, York University
‘‘No Spooky Actions at a Distance in the Kim-Shih Realization of Popper’s EPR Experiment’’

Peter D. Keefe, Keefe & Associates
‘‘Intellectual Property for Scientists’’

Peter D. Keefe, Keefe & Associates
‘‘Does the Adiabatic First Order Phase Transition of a Type I Superconductor Particle Pose a Quantum Limit to the Second Law?’’

Barnabas Kim, Texas A&M University
‘‘Introduction to Dimensional Scaling in Simple Molecules’’

Jungsang Kim, Duke University
‘‘Optical Networking and Quantum Communication Networks’’

Manfred Kleber, Technische Universität München
‘‘Fermi Gases in External Fields’’

Junichiro Kono, Rice University
‘‘Light Emission from Excitons under Intense Laser Excitations in Strong Magnetic Fields’’

Makoto Kuwata-Gonokami, University of Tokyo
‘‘Optical manipulation of cold excitons in a quantum degenerate regime’’

Elena Kuznetsova, Texas A&M University
‘‘Solitary waves in amplifying media with excited-state absorption’’

Metin S. Mangir, HRL Laboratories
‘‘Coherent, Self-organized Fiber Laser Arrays’’

Tobias Mueller, Universität Hannover
‘‘Sagnac Interferometry with Cold Atoms’’

Robert Murawski, Texas A&M University
‘‘Optical Modulation of a Type I Quantum Cascade Laser’’

Ashok Muthukrishnan, Texas A&M University
‘‘A global approach to quantum searching using the quantum FFT’’

Cun-Zheng Ning, NASA Ames Center for Nanotechnology
‘‘Induced transparency, two-photon lasing, and many-body interaction in intersubband transitions in semiconductor nanostructures’’

Noam Erez, Texas A&M University
‘‘Surrealistic Bohmian Trajectories’’

Irina Novikova, Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
‘‘The effect of atomic diffusion on slow and stored light in Rb vapor’’

Dmitry Pestov, Texas A&M University
‘‘Femtosecond CARS on organic molecules’’

E. E. Narimanov and V. A. Podolskiy, Princeton University
‘‘The materials with giant (THz) anisotropy for negative refraction’’

Petra Sauer, Texas A&M University
‘‘Dissociation of organic benzene-like molecules under ultra-fast laser pulses’’

Neil Shafer-Ray, University of Oklahoma
‘‘Proposed Measurement of CP violating effects using ultra-cold molecules confined to a Stark-Gravitational trap’’

Winthrop W. Smith, The University of Connecticut
‘‘Cold ion-neutral collisions in a hybrid trap’’

Anatoly Svidzinsky, Texas A&M University
‘‘Bohr model analysis of diatomic molecules’’

Stephan Groeger and Antoine Weis, Université de Fribourg
‘‘Cesium magnetometers for a neutron EDM experiment’’

Rui-Hua Xie, Texas A&M University
‘‘Density functional study for characterization of dipicolinic acid’’

Han Xiong, Texas A&M University
‘‘Correlated Spontaneous Emission Laser as an Entanglement Amplifier’’

Nan Yu, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
‘‘Ultra-low noise optical pulse generation through regenerative Q of the mode-locked laser’’

Aihua Zhang, Texas A&M University
‘‘Diode-Pumped Rubidium Laser’’

Last updated: Tue Nov 15 09:06:04 CST 2005