Inverting pump-probe spectroscopy for state tomography of excitonic systems.

@article{Hoyer2013InvertingPS,
  title={Inverting pump-probe spectroscopy for state tomography of excitonic systems.},
  author={Stephan Hoyer and K. B. Whaley},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={138 16},
  pages={
          164102
        }
}
We propose a two-step protocol for inverting ultrafast spectroscopy experiments on a molecular aggregate to extract the time-evolution of the excited state density matrix. The first step is a deconvolution of the experimental signal to determine a pump-dependent response function. The second step inverts this response function to obtain the quantum state of the system, given a model for how the system evolves following the probe interaction. We demonstrate this inversion analytically and… Expand
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