A three-level atom interacting with two laser fields is the scenario of a rich variety of phenomena, such as Electromagnetically Induced Transparency, Coherent Population Trapping, and Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage, all of them based on quantum interferences between the different absorption pathways. We theoretically investigate the potential applications of these techniques in very different fields that range from quantum information, where we study for instance novel implementations of quantum memories or new protocols for single-site addressing in optical lattices, to nanoscale microscopy.
- “Atomic-frequency-comb quantum memory via piecewise adiabatic passage”, J. L. Rubio, D. Viscor, J. Mompart, V. Ahufinger, Phys. Rev. A 98, 043834 (2018)
- “Stimulated Raman adiabatic passage with two-color x-ray pulses”, A. Picón, J. Mompart, S. H. Southworth, New Journal of Phys. 17, 083038 (2015)
- “Nanoscale resolution for fluorescence microscopy via adiabatic passage”, J. L. Rubio, D. Viscor, V. Ahufinger, J. Mompart, Optics Express 21 22139 (2013)
- “Two-color quantum memory in double-Λ media”, D. Viscor, V. Ahufinger, J. Mompart, A. Zavatta, G. L. La Rocca, M. Artoni, Phys. Rev. A 86, 053827 (2012)
- “Roadmap on STIRAP applications”, K. Bergmann et al., Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics 52, 202001 (2019)
- “Lasing without inversion”, J. Mompart, R. Corbalán, Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics 2, R7 (2000)