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Opt Express ; 25(9): 10335-10344, 2017 May 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28468406


We present a theoretical investigation on controlling the transverse shift while most of the researches are on longitudinal Goos-Hänchen shift. A two-layer system is considered. The refractive index of the first layer is fixed. The second layer is an atomic system coupled by a strong laser field to realize the Λ-style electromagnetically induced transparency, and an additional microwave field drives the transition between the lower two levels to construct high refractive index with zero absorption. We use such phenomenon to modify the refractive index, and consequently the transverse shift in reflection. The properties of the atomic system and the transverse shift of reflected field are briefly studied. Our investigation shows that the shift can be tuned by the strength of the microwave field. And since the atomic system is quite sensitive to the phase of the light fields, through which the transverse shift can be manipulated effectively. More importantly, the absorption is limited due to the presence of the microwave field.

Opt Lett ; 36(14): 2740-2, 2011 Jul 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-21765527


By using spontaneous Raman processes in the high-gain regime, we create instantaneous coherence between two independent atomic ensembles. The coherence is confirmed by the observation of temporal beating between the two subsequent readout fields converted from the atomic excitations through another enhanced Raman process. The beat frequency is found to be a result of an AC Stark frequency shift effect. We find that, due to the spontaneous nature of the process, the phases of the two ensembles change from one realization to another even though there is good coherence for a single realization.

Phys Rev Lett ; 105(13): 133603, 2010 Sep 24.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-21230776


Coherent conversion between a Raman pump field and its Stokes field is observed in a Raman process with a strong atomic spin wave initially prepared by another Raman process operated in the stimulated emission regime. The oscillatory behavior resembles the Rabi oscillation in atomic population in a two-level atomic system driven by a strong light field. The Rabi-like oscillation frequency is found to be related to the strength of the prebuilt atomic spin wave. High conversion efficiency of 40% from the Raman pump field to the Stokes field is recorded and it is independent of the input Raman pump field. This process can act as a photon frequency multiplexer and may find wide applications in quantum information science.