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Atom-field interactions and dressed atoms
Preface 1. Classical electromagnetic field in the absence of sources 2. Quantum electromagnetic field in the absence of sources 3. The quantum matter field 4. Electrodynamics in the presence ofExpand
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Atoms dressed and partially dressed by the zero-point fluctuations of the electromagnetic field
An atom or a molecule is constituted by a set of bound electric charges with dynamics governed by the laws of quantum mechanics. These charges are sources of the quantized electromagnetic field whichExpand
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Radiation-molecule coupling using dynamic polarizabilities: Application to many body-forces
Abstract The interaction between atoms/molecules and radiation in the long wavelength approximation is often described by the coupling of electric dipole moment with the displacement vector field. AExpand
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Field fluctuations in a one-dimensional cavity with a mobile wall.
We consider a scalar field in a one-dimensional cavity with a mobile wall. The wall is assumed bounded by a harmonic potential and its mechanical degrees of freedom are treated quantum mechanically.Expand
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Thermal and nonthermal signatures of the Unruh effect in Casimir-Polder forces.
We show that Casimir-Polder forces between two relativistic uniformly accelerated atoms exhibit a transition from the short distance thermal-like behavior predicted by the Unruh effect to a longExpand
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Dynamical Casimir-Polder interaction between a chiral molecule and a surface
We develop a dynamical approach to study the Casimir-Polder force between a initially bare molecule and a magnetodielectric body at finite temperature. Switching on the interaction between theExpand
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Control of spontaneous emission of a single quantum emitter through a time-modulated photonic-band-gap environment
We consider the spontaneous emission of a two-level quantum emitter, such as an atom or a quantum dot, in a modulated time-dependent environment with a photonic band gap. An example of such anExpand
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Temperature dependence of the magnetic Casimir-Polder interaction
We analyze the magnetic dipole contribution to atom-surface dispersion forces. Unlike its electrical counterpart, it involves small transition frequencies that are comparable to thermal energyExpand
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Analysis of high-harmonic generation in terms of complex Floquet spectral analysis
Recent developments on intense laser sources is opening a new field of optical sciences. An intense coherent light beam strongly interacting with the matter causes a coherent motion of a particle,Expand
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Vacuum field correlations and the three-body Casimir - Polder potential
It is shown that the non-additive part of the Casimir - Polder potential between three neutral isotropic ground-state atoms or molecules can be obtained in a simple way by generalizing a method thatExpand
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