Vortrag im Rahmen des Berufungsverfahrens „Qualifikationsprofessur Experimentalphysik“, Dr. Daqing Wang, Universität Kassel

Titel: "Exploring light-molecule interactions in the quantum regime: from single-photon nonlinear optics to chiral matter-wave”

There is plenty of room at the bottom – is probably best evidenced at the scale of a molecule. A single molecule resembles a compact, synthesizable nano-laboratory hosting well defined transitions ranging from the microwave to the ultraviolet domains. The various degrees of freedom associated with its spin, rotational, vibrational and electronic states can be addressed using electromagnetic radiation through well defined selection rules. Exploring and mastering light-molecule interactions at the fundamental quantum level will not only provide new insights into yet unexplored fields, but also promise intriguing applications ranging from quantum technology to biological sensing. In this talk, I will outline my past and future research on this exciting interdisciplinary frontier.

Abrufbar bei Frau Kim Böhling: sekretariat-theorie[at]physik.uni-kassel[dot]de

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