any good references on EIT?


by wdlang
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wdlang
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May19-10, 05:30 PM
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is there any good reference on EIT?

with some emphasis on the actual mathematical calculations
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May20-10, 09:53 AM
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are you talking about electromagnetically induced transparency
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May20-10, 11:03 AM
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Quote Quote by josh_einsle View Post
are you talking about electromagnetically induced transparency
yes, exactly

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May20-10, 12:08 PM
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any good references on EIT?


end of day, but i will dig up a few papers that i have on it. came up recently in the context of some research on fano resonances, there is a good paper which presents a good toy model ... just can not remember what journal....
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May25-10, 12:53 PM
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I found the following paper by Fleischhauer, Imamoglu and Marangos useful. It is fairly extensive, although I don't know if it has as much math as you want.

RMP_EIT_Fleischhauer.pdf
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May26-10, 06:37 AM
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So I just looked through my folder on these and realized that most of my papers are based on the discussion of Fano resonances. Since EIT is a type of Fano resonance.

So you would be best served looking at the first paper by Fano: Phy Rev 1961 vol 124 #6,

also found this paper interesting: Classical analogy of Fano Resonaces, Joe et al Phys scr 74 (2006) 259
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May26-10, 08:41 AM
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Quote Quote by josh_einsle View Post
So I just looked through my folder on these and realized that most of my papers are based on the discussion of Fano resonances. Since EIT is a type of Fano resonance.

So you would be best served looking at the first paper by Fano: Phy Rev 1961 vol 124 #6,

also found this paper interesting: Classical analogy of Fano Resonaces, Joe et al Phys scr 74 (2006) 259
thanks a lot

yeah, but fano's paper is a bit hard for me

years ago, i read it, but cannot follow the math there

the problem is that there are some delta functions

i will try again
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May26-10, 10:23 AM
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agree the fano paper being difficult, but you said you wanted the hard math to the phenomena. ;-)

that said as fano/eit are being referenced a bit more in some of the optics lit that I am reading for plasmons, I would suggest doing the whole check references and see where it leads you. that is what i have done.

by the way there is one other paper that i got recently in prepress that has lots of good refs. I will dig it out when i get home.

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May27-10, 08:42 PM
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Read this referenece


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