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Article volume = 2024 and issue = 1

Pages: 23–28

Article publication Date: December 05, 2023

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Description of the atom-cavity system with a complex Hamiltonian

Babak Parvin

University of Maragheh, Maragheh, Iran


Abstract:

In this study, we examine the behavior of a two-level atom confined within a single-mode optical cavity that is exposed to laser field radiation. Our analysis encompasses the consideration of the spontaneous emission of the two-level atom and its interaction with the cavity. The behavior of this system is explored through the application of Schrödinger's equation. The solutions to the equations describing the atom-cavity system have been calculated for both the general case and the weak driving limit. Comparative analysis of the numerical solutions with those obtained in the weak driving limit reveals a notable agreement.

Keywords:

Optical cavity, Schrödinger equation, Two-level atom


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  • Babak Parvin, Description of the atom-cavity system with a complex Hamiltonian, Communications in Combinatorics, Cryptography & Computer Science, 2024(1), PP.23–28, 2023
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