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Numerical Framework for New Langevin Noise Model: Applications to Plasmonic Hong-Ou-Mandel Effects

  title={Numerical Framework for New Langevin Noise Model: Applications to Plasmonic Hong-Ou-Mandel Effects},
  author={Dong-Yeop Na and Thomas E. Roth and Jie Zhu and Weng C. Chew},
We present a numerical framework of the new Langevin noise (LN) formalism [1, 2] leveraging computational electromagnetics numerical methods to analyze quantum electromagnetic systems involving both medium and radiation losses. We then perform fully quantum-theoretic numerical simulations to retrieve quantum plasmonic Hong-Ou-Mandel (HOM) effects, demonstrated in recent experimental works [3, 4, 5], due to plasmonic interferences of two indistinguishable bosonic particles occupied in surface… 

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