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List of Speakers
2002 Cross-Border Workshop

  • G. S. Agarwal (Physics Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India) Entanglement of independent systems by detection and quantum interferometry
  • G. P. Agrawal (Institute of Optics, University of Rochester) Fiber Nonlinearities: Good, bad, or Ugly (tutorial)
  • Thomas Brown (Institute of Optics, University of Rochester) Cylindrical Vector Beams and Longitudinal Field Interactions
  • P. B. Corkum (National Research Council of Canada) Ultrafast measurement (tutorial)
    Topics to be covered will include:
    1. How we make ultrafast optical measurements now.
    2. Extending measurement to attoseconds optical pulses.
    3. Extending ultrafast measurements to electrons.
    4. How entanglement offers a new approach to enhanced measurement.
    5. Using ultrafast electrons for attosecond resolution experiments.
  • M. V. Fedorov (General Physics Institute, Moscow) Dynamical suppression of radiative decay via atomic deflection by a standing light wave
  • M. Feldman (University of Rochester) Exciting Times for Superconducting Qubits
  • G. N. Gibson (University of Connecticut) Multiphoton pi-pulses
  • Stan Haan (Calvin college) Strong-field double ionization: identifying the mechanism
  • John Howell (University of Rochester) Polarization-based orthogonal state quantum cryptography
  • Steve Jacobs (Center for Optical Manufacturing, University of Rochester) Liquid crystal paint: did the color of the car just change
  • A. G. Kofman (Weizmann Institute of Science) Control of decay and decoherence: Frequent measurements versus laser field
  • James Martin (University of Waterloo) Stabilization of predissociating Rydberg molecules using microwave and radio frequency fields
  • C. Monroe (University of Michigan) Building a quantum computer, atom by atom (tutorial)
  • Christian Stoeckl (Laboratory for Laser Energetics, University of Rochester) High intensity lasers at LLE: Fusion and beyond
  • Frank Wise (Cornell University) Optical spatiotemporal solitons: progress toward light bullets
  • A. M. Zheltikov (Moscow State University) Enhanced nonlinear optics with microstructure fibers
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