Lecturer(s)


Park Kimin, Ph.D.

Marek Petr, Mgr. Ph.D.

Filip Radim, prof. Mgr. Ph.D.

Course content

1. Quantum theory of optical processes in cavity. 2. Optical parametric oscillators and amplifiers in cavity. Generation and spectrum of squeezing. 3. Quantum theory of damping. HeisenbergLangevin description. Markovian approximation. 4. Optical parametric oscillator with damping. 5. Master equation and FokkerPlanck equation of oscillator. 6. Quantum optomechanics. Optomechanical systems in cavity. 7. Superconducting quantum electric circuic. 8. Quantum lightmatter interfaces.

Learning activities and teaching methods

Lecture, Dialogic Lecture (Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming), Work with Text (with Book, Textbook)
 Preparation for the Exam
 13 hours per semester
 Homework for Teaching
 26 hours per semester
 Attendace
 52 hours per semester

Learning outcomes

The goal of course is to obtain a deeper knowledge of quantum physics of optical, mechanical and electrical oscillators and learn methods of their theoretical description.
Knowledge Define the main ideas and conceptions of the subject, describe the main approaches of the studied topics, recall the theoretical knowledge for solution of model problems.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of quantum physics, laser physics and coherence theory.
OPT/IZL and OPT/QE2

Assessment methods and criteria

Written exam
<ul> <li> Knowledge within the scope of the course topics (examination) </ul>

Recommended literature


Louisell, W.H. (1973). Quantum Statistical Properties of Radiation. Wiley.

Meystre P. and Sargent M. (1999). Elements of Quantum Optics. Springer.

Scully M. O. and Zubairy M. S. (1997). Quantum Optics. Cambridge Univ.

Walls D. F. and Milburn G. J. (1994). Quantum optics. Springer, Berlin.
