• Corpus ID: 235489801

One- and Two-Photon Localization in Quantum Optics

  title={One- and Two-Photon Localization in Quantum Optics},
  author={Joseph Kraisler and John C. Schotland},
Abstract. We consider the lattice analog of a recently proposed continuum model for the propagation of oneand two-photon states in a random medium. We find that there is localization of single photons in an energy band centered at the resonant energy of the atoms. Moreover, there is also localization of photons at arbitrarily large energies. For the case of two photons, there is localization in an energy band centered at twice the resonant frequency. 
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