Coherence and Quantum Optics VII: Proceedings of the Seventh by Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (auth.), Joseph H. Eberly, Leonard
By Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (auth.), Joseph H. Eberly, Leonard Mandel, Emil Wolf (eds.)
The 7th Rochester convention on Coherence and Quantum Optics used to be hung on the campus of the collage of Rochester in the course of the four-day interval June 7 - 10, 1996. greater than 280 scientists from 33 international locations participated. This e-book comprises the complaints of the assembly. This convention differed from the former six within the sequence in having just a restricted variety of oral shows, in an effort to steer clear of too many parallel classes. one other new characteristic was once the creation of educational lectures. so much contributed papers have been offered in poster periods. The convention was once backed by way of the yank actual Society, via the Optical Society of the USA, by way of the foreign Union of natural and utilized Physics and via the collage of Rochester. we want to show our appreciation to those firms for his or her aid and we in particular expand our due to the foreign Union of natural and utilized Physics for offering monetary suggestions to a couple of audio system from 3rd global nations, to allow them to participate within the meeting.
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