28 May 2017 to 2 June 2017
Queen's University
America/Toronto timezone
Welcome to the 2017 CAP Congress! / Bienvenue au congrès de l'ACP 2017!

Session

DAMOPC Poster Session | Session d'affiches DPAMPC (14)

31 May 2017, 18:00
Queen's University

Queen's University

Conveners

DAMOPC Poster Session | Session d'affiches DPAMPC (14)

  • Paul Barclay (University of Calgary)

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Hossein Seifoory (Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6, Canada)
31/05/2017, 18:10
Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Canada / Division de la physique atomique, moléculaire et photonique, Canada (DAMOPC-DPAMPC)
Poster (Student, In Competition) / Affiche (Étudiant(e), inscrit à la compétition)

Squeezed states have recently attracted attention for use in quantum information as continuous variable entangled systems[1]. Such states can potentially be created in microring resonators and photonic crystal cavities. However, scattering leakage in these nanoscopic systems leads to loss, as it is an inherent feature of these devices. In this work, we show that the states created in lossy...

Ms Faezeh Kimiaee Asadi (Institute for Quantum Science and Technology, University of Calgary)
31/05/2017, 18:12
Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Canada / Division de la physique atomique, moléculaire et photonique, Canada (DAMOPC-DPAMPC)
Poster (Student, In Competition) / Affiche (Étudiant(e), inscrit à la compétition)

Entanglement distribution over long distances enables us to transfer information securely by means of quantum repeaters across quantum networks. Here we present a scheme for generating heralded entanglement between spatially separated single rare-earth ions doped into crystals. We propose to co-dope each crystal with a single Er ion and several Eu ions. Gate operations between nearby ions can...

Ms Maha Sami (University of Windsor), Mr Daniel Venn (University of Windsor)
31/05/2017, 18:14
Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Canada / Division de la physique atomique, moléculaire et photonique, Canada (DAMOPC-DPAMPC)
Poster (Student, In Competition) / Affiche (Étudiant(e), inscrit à la compétition)

Radiative transition probabilities in atoms are normally calculated from
nonrelativistic wave functions and the electric dipole transition operator.
The theory of relativistic corrections to nonrelativistic energies is well established in terms of the Breit interaction, but the same is not true for relativistic corrections to transition probabilities. Our objectives are (i) to start from...

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