Atomic and Optical Physics I

Video Lectures

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Lecture 1
Resonance I
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Resonance I
This lecture started with the introduction of the classical resonance and provided a general overview of resonance.
Lecture 2
Resonance II
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Resonance II
In this lecture, the professor discussed harmonic oscillator and precision frequency measurement.
Lecture 3
Resonance III
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Resonance III
In this lecture, the professor reviewed harmonic oscillator, gave two examples about harmonic oscillator and discussed about motion in a rotating magnetic field.
Lecture 4
Resonance IV
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Resonance IV
In this lecture, the professor discussed about quantized spin in a magnetic field and Landau-Zener problem.
Lecture 5
Resonance V and Atoms I
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Resonance V and Atoms I
In this lecture, the professor reviewed Landau-Zener problem; discussed density matrix formalism for arbitrary two-level systems; and started the new chapter "Atoms".
Lecture 6
Atoms II
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Atoms II
In this lecture, the professor talked about the atomic units, atomic structure, helium atom and energy levels of helium.
Lecture 7
Atoms III
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Atoms III
In this lecture, the professor continued to talk about helium and discussed about fine structure of atoms and lamb shift.
Lecture 8
Atoms IV
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Atoms IV
In this lecture, the professor continued to talk about lamb shift and discussed effects of the nucleus on atomic structure.
Lecture 9
Atoms V and Atoms in External Fields I
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Atoms V and Atoms in External Fields I
In this lecture, the professor discussed atoms without external fields and atoms in external magnetic fields.
Lecture 10
Atoms in External Fields II
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Atoms in External Fields II
In this lecture, the professor summarized atoms in external magnetic fields and discussed atoms in external electric fields.
Lecture 11
Atoms in External Fields III
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Atoms in External Fields III
In this video, the professor reviewed second order perturbation theory and discussed beyond the quadratic Stark effect, field ionization, and atoms in oscillating electric fields.
Lecture 12
Atoms in External Fields IV and Atom-light Interactions I
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Atoms in External Fields IV and Atom-light Interactions I
In this lecture, the professor discussed index of refraction and started to talk about atom-light Interactions.
Lecture 13
Atom-light Interactions II
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Atom-light Interactions II
In this lecture, the professor continued to talk about matrix elements and atom-light Interactions.
Lecture 14
Atom-light Interactions III
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Atom-light Interactions III
In this lecture, the professor discussed Einstein's A and B coefficients and spontaneous emission.
Lecture 15
Atom-light Interactions IV
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Atom-light Interactions IV
In this lecture, the professor first reviewed Einstein's A and B coefficients and spontaneous emission, then discussed degeneracy factors, fully quantized Hamiltonian, and vacuum Rabi oscillation.
Lecture 16
Atom-light Interactions V
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Atom-light Interactions V
In this video, the professor reviewed vacuum Rabi oscillation and discussed two-level Hamiltonian.
Lecture 17
Atom-light Interactions VI and Line Broadening I
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Atom-light Interactions VI and Line Broadening I
In this video, the professor continued to talk about atom-light Interactions and started to discuss line shifts and broadening.
Lecture 18
Line Broadening II
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Line Broadening II
In this lecture, the professor used simple cases to explain line shifts and broadening.
Lecture 19
Line Broadening III
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Line Broadening III
In this lecture, the professor discussed doppler broadening, line shape of confined particles, and Dicke narrowing.
Lecture 20
Line Broadening IV and Two-photon Excitation I
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Line Broadening IV and Two-photon Excitation I
In this lecture, the professor discussed Dicke narrowing, spectrum of emitted light, collisional broadening and two-photon transitions.
Lecture 21
Two-photon Excitation II and Coherence I
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Two-photon Excitation II and Coherence I
In this lecture, the professor explained some cases of two-photon processes and started to discuss about coherence.
Lecture 22
Coherence II
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Coherence II
In this video, the professor reviewed spontaneous emission and discussed coherence in two-level systems.
Lecture 23
Coherence III
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Coherence III
In this video, the professor discussed coherence in three-level systems.
Lecture 24
Coherence IV
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Coherence IV
In this video, the professor reviewed dark state transfer and discussed about using AC electric fields to mix S and P states, electromagnetic induced transparency (EIT), Fano profile, two-photon absorption, and slow light.
Lecture 25
Coherence V
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Coherence V
In this video, the professor discussed about superradiance.