Cooperativity in Highly Excited Rydberg
Ensembles — Control and Entanglement
Lecture series of visiting scientist
Prof. Chris Greene
June 25 - 27, 2012
Institute of Physics, Im Neuenheimer Feld 226, 69120 Heidelberg, Germany

Professor Chris Greene (JILA and Professor of Physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, now Purdue University, USA) theoretical research covers much of atomic, molecular, and optical physics, notably few-body processes in ultracold gases, dissociative recombination in electron collisions with molecular ions, photon-atom and photon-molecule interactions, and molecular Rydberg state behavior. In June 2012, Professor Greene visited the University of Heidelberg and presented 6 lectures over three days, on atomic, molecular and optical physics targeted at the new students joining the COHERENCE network. In total, 42 participants, mostly COHERENCE partners and five freshly recruited early stage researchers attended the lectures. Full lecture notes and audio recordings of the lectures have been made available on the internal pages of the network. The event also included a poster session during which the new students could present their research topics.
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Programme / Schedule

Lecture notes for lectures of Prof. Ch. Greene