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Inverse design of artificial two-level systems with M\"ossbauer nuclei in thin-film cavities

  title={Inverse design of artificial two-level systems with M\"ossbauer nuclei in thin-film cavities},
  author={Oliver Diekmann and Dominik Lentrodt and J{\"o}rg Evers},
Thin-film cavities containing layers of Mössbauer nuclei have been demonstrated to be a rich platform for x-ray quantum optics. At low excitation, these systems can be described by effective few-level schemes, thereby providing tunable artificial quantum systems at hard x-ray energies. With the recent advent of an ab initio theory, a numerically efficient description of these systems is now possible. On this basis, we introduce the inverse design and develop a comprehensive optimization for an… 
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