Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/22746
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2021
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Song, G.-Z., Guo, J.-L., Nie, W., Kwek, L.-C., & Long, G.-L. (2021). Optical properties of a waveguide-mediated chain of randomly positioned atoms. Optics Express, 29(2), 1903-1917. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.409471
Abstract: 
We theoretically study the optical properties of an ensemble of two-level atoms coupled to a one-dimensional waveguide. In our model, the atoms are randomly located in the lattice sites along the one-dimensional waveguide. The results reveal that the optical transport properties of the atomic ensemble are influenced by the lattice constant and the filling factor of the lattice sites. We also focus on the atomic mirror configuration and quantify the effect of the inhomogeneous broadening in atomic resonant transition on the scattering spectrum. Furthermore, we find that initial bunching and persistent quantum beats appear in photon-photon correlation function of the transmitted field, which are significantly changed by the filling factor of the lattice sites. With great progress to interface quantum emitters with nanophotonics, our results should be experimentally realizable in the near future.
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1094-4087
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10.1364/OE.409471
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National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant no.: 11947037)
National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant no.: 12004281)
National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant no.: 11604012)
National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant no.: 11704214)
Program for Innovative Research in University of Tianjin (Grant no.: TD13-5077)
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National Natural Science Foundation of China
Tianjin University, China
Beijing Innovation Center for Future Chip, Tsinghua University
Tsinghua University Initiative Scientific Research Program
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