Non-Markovian Quantum Optics with Three-Dimensional State-Dependent Optical Lattices

@article{GonzalezTudela2018NonMarkovianQO,
  title={Non-Markovian Quantum Optics with Three-Dimensional State-Dependent Optical Lattices},
  author={Alejandro Gonz'alez-Tudela and Juan Ignacio Cirac},
  journal={Quantum},
  year={2018}
}
Quantum emitters coupled to structured photonic reservoirs experience unconventional individual and collective dynamics emerging from the interplay between dimensionality and non-trivial photon energy dispersions. In this work, we systematically study several paradigmatic three dimensional structured baths with qualitative differences in their bath spectral density. We discover non-Markovian individual and collective effects absent in simplified descriptions, such as perfect subradiant states… 
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