e-books in Nonlinear Optics category
by Sergey A. Ponomarenko - Dalhousie University , 2012
From the table of contents: Plane waves in linear optical media; Beams and pulses in linear optics; Nonlinear optics (Anharmonic oscillator model, Formal properties of nonlinear optical susceptibilities, Nonlinear wave equation approach,...).
by Fredrik Jonsson , 2003
Nonlinear optics is the discipline in which the electric polarization density of the medium is studied as a nonlinear function of the electromagnetic field of the light. This text is an introduction to the phenomena encountered in nonlinear optics.
by Karl-Peter Marzlin - University of Calgary , 2007
These notes cover the fundamentals of quantum and nonlinear optics. The foundations of quantum optics include quantization of the electromagnetic field and many-particle theories, interaction between atoms and photons, few-level models for atoms...
by Heinz-Jürgen Schmidt - University of Osnabrück , 2003
What are the physical origins of nonlinearity? We will have to give different answers depending on the case under consideration. This text aims at providing a general physical background rather than dealing with the details of the various projects.
by M. Wohlecke, K. Betzler, M. Imlau - University of Osnabruck , 2005
These lecture notes cover some basic topics in nonlinear optics, they accompany lectures held for the Ph. D. students. The first part gives a short introduction to the physics of crystals and the treatment of symmetry-dependent properties.
by Mark Hillery - arXiv , 2009
This text provides an introduction to the quantum theory of optics in nonlinear dielectric media. We begin with a short summary of the classical theory of nonlinear optics, that is nonlinear optics done with classical fields.
by Wim Ubachs - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam , 2007
Contents: Non-linear optics: Introduction; Second harmonic generation; The optical parametric oscillator; Quantum theory of the nonlinear susceptibility; Coherent Raman Scattering in Gases; The production of vacuum ultraviolet radiation by FWM.