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- The magnetic angle changer and its applications in atomic and molecular physics
George C. King
- X-ray techniques in low-temperature plasmas
John J. Curry, Walter Lapatovich & Albert Henins
- The lattice, time-dependent Schrodinger equation method for ion-atom collisions
David R. Schultz, Serge Y. Ovchinnikov & Joseph H. Macek
- Coherent Optical Control Over Condensed Matter
Keith A. Nelson
- Time Domain Interferometry with Laser Cooled Atoms
- Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with Atomic Ensembles
Vladan Vuletic, Monika Schleier-Smith & Ian Leroux
- Treatment of the three-body scattering problem without exact knowledge of boundary conditions
- Strong Field AMO Physics at LCLS
Philip H. Bucksbaum, Nora Berrah & Coffee
- Generation and Entanglement of multiqubit two-photon states
Paolo Mataloni & Giuseppe Vallone
- A Pseudoclassical Method for the Atom-Optics
Sandro Wimberger & Mark Sandgrove
- Principles and applications of attosecond technology
- Accurate evaluation of parameters of lattice clocks
Andrei Derevianko & Sergey Porsev
Professor Berman works in the area of theoretical atomic, molecular, and optical physics. His current interests include quantum optics, atom interferometry, spin squeezing, and optical lattices.
Lin, Chun C.