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Michael Raymer

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  • Title: Knight Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Phone: 541-346-4785
  • Office: 276 Willamette Hall
  • Interests: Quantum Information, Quantum Optics, Optical Physics, Nonlinear Optics
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  • Research Website: Research
  • Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D 1979, Boulder, CO

At UO since: 1988

M. Raymer teaches courses at all levels of the physics curriculum, from advanced quantum optics theory for graduate students to conceptual physics courses for undergraduates.

 He recently developed a new university course and textbook for nonscience students called The Physics Behind the Internet that covers the physical basis for information technology, at a level suitable for students with little or no physics background. The course teaches, at a conceptual level, the basics of information, communication, atomic physics, semiconductor device physics, and optical physics and technology. In support of this course he authored a textbook, planned for publication in 2007. More information about this text is available at The Silicon Web.

 Instructors or departments interested in considering the course or text for adoption may contact Raymer directly.

He has also authored several educational/pedagogical articles:
  1.  “Uncertainty principle for joint measurement of noncommuting variables,” M. G. Raymer, Am. J. Phys. 62, 986 (1994).
  2.  “Measuring the quantum mechanical wave function,” M. G. Raymer, Contemp. Physics 38, 343 (1997).
  3.  “Demonstration of Boundary Conditions on Sound Impulse Reflections in Pipes,” M. G. Raymer and S. Micklavzina, The Physics Teacher, 33, 183 (1995).
 For links to these papers, see the publications list elsewhere in these web pages.

 

Research

The research in Raymer's group centers around quantum and classical optical phenomena in which statistical effects play a key role, including quantum information and nonlinear optics. Raymer's group pioneered the Quantum State Tomography technique for experimentally determining the quantum wave function of a light field. From such measurements one candetermine photon-counting probabilities on picosecond time scales. This is applied in studies of the quantum dynamics of microcavity semiconductor lasers. Raymer's group studies quantum cryptography in a new form that uses intense light pulses. These are prepared using quantum noise reduction (squeezing) in nonlinear-optical processes such as parametric amplification. The security of information encoded on such pulses results from the use of two different polarization bases and the sensitivity of such fields to optical losses.

Another topic being studied is semiconductor quantum dots placed inside micro-optical cavities, for potential use as logic gates inquantum information processing. Strong coupling between the quantum dot and the cavity field is being engineered by the use of novel cavities. Quantum information can be represented by the states of photons, as polarization, frequency, or spatial shape. Alternatively, quantum information can be stored in the macroscopic properties of a light beam, as amplitude and phase. Both cases are being studied in Raymer's lab. In either case, for quantum information technology to advance, stationary quantum memory devices are needed. The group is studying atomic vapors of rubidium atoms as a medium for such storage. By use of coherent Raman techniques, an incident light field, containing information, can be absorbed, leaving the atomic vapor in a coherent superposition of hyperfine atomic ground states. This collective, many-atom, state can persist for microseconds, after which it can be read out by anti-Stokes Raman scattering. Applications include long-range quantum communication and entanglement distribution In the area of wave coherence the group uses a novel form of interferometry to characterize the properties of light that has passed through a random medium such as the atmosphere. The goals are to learn about the processes of classical or quantum decoherence of the light wave, which may contain single photons or correlated pairs of photons. These studies are relevant to the problem of distributing entangled quantum particles through noisy media.

Honors and Awards

Biography

Michael G. Raymer’s research focuses on the quantum mechanics of light and its interaction with atoms and molecules, with applications in nonlinear optics, quantum communications technology, and quantum information. For example, in 1993 his group reported the first instance of experimental quantum-state tomography of light.

He received his PhD from the University of Colorado in 1979. After a tenure on the faculty at the Institute of Optics, University of Rochester, he moved to the University of Oregon in 1988, where he later served as founding Director of the Oregon Center for Optics, now the Center for Optical Molecular and Quantum Science. He has held visiting appointments in Colorado, Germany, and Norway.

He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and of the Optical Society of America. He served on the Board of Directors of the Optical Society of America and as Divisional Associate Editor for Physical Review Letters. He has served on the Committee on AMO Science, National Research Council, and on the Executive Committee of the Division of Laser Science, APS. He was a recipient of the University’s 2015 Outstanding Career Award.

He authored a popular-level book Quantum Physics: What Everyone Needs to Know, which explains quantum physics and its applications in information technology to nonscientists. Quantum mechanics is at the root of much of modern technology, including computers, and promises radically new technologies in the near future. To bring these topics to a wider audience, he developed a university course for nonscience students called Quantum Mechanics for Everyone, which covers, in an accessible way, the basics of the most successful theory of nature, which describes the counterintuitive behaviors of elementary objects such as electrons and photons.

Raymer also led an effort, with the support of other academics and industry scientists, to lobby the US government for increased support of research in quantum information science and technology. This effort culminated in Dec. 2018, when Congress and the President passed the National Quantum Initiative Act, which authorized up to $1.275B to support this important activity.

Publications

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143“The US National Quantum Initiative – from Act to Action,” Christopher Monroe, Michael G Raymer and Jacob Taylor, Science, 3 May 2019, Vol 364 Issue 6439 , pp. 440-442Full Text Article OR Reprints
142“Engineering temporal-mode-selective frequency conversion in nonlinear optical waveguides: from theory to experiment,” Dileep V. Reddy and Michael G. Raymer, Opt. Express, 25(11), 12952-12966 (2017) 
141“Observation of Interaction of Spin and Intrinsic Orbital Angular Momentum of Light,” Dashiell L.P. Vitullo, Cody C. Leary, Patrick Gregg, Roger A. Smith, Dileep V. Reddy, Siddharth Ramachandran, Michael G. Raymer, Physical Review Letters, 118, 083601 (2017) 
140“Double-heralded generation of two-photon-states by spontaneous four-wave-mixing in the presence of noise,” R.A. Smith, D.V. Reddy, D.L.P. Vitullo, M.G. Raymer, Optics Express, 24, pp. 5809-5821 (2016) 
139“Temporal mode sorting using dual-stage quantum frequency conversion by asymmetric Bragg scattering,” Jesper B. Christensen, Dileep V.Reddy, C. J. McKinstrie, K. Rottwitt, and M. G. Raymer, OPTICS EXPRESS, Vol. 23, pages: 23287-23301 (2015) 
138"Photon temporal modes: a complete framework for quantum information science," Brecht, B.,Dileep V. Reddy, C. Silberhorn, and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. X, 5, 041017 (2015) 
137"Sorting photon wave packets using temporal-mode interferometry based on multiple-stage quantum frequency conversion," D. V. Reddy, M. G. Raymer, and C. J. McKinstrie, Phys. Rev. A 91, 012323 (2015) 
136Efficient sorting of quantum-optical wave packets by temporal-mode interferometry," D. V. Reddy, M. G. Raymer, and C. J. McKinstrie, Optics Letters, Vol. 39, pp. 2924-2927 (2014) 
135"Entangled Photon-Pair Two-Dimensional Fluorescence Spectroscopy (EPP-2DFS)," M.G. Raymer, A. H. Marcus, J. R. Widom, D. L. P. Vitullo, J. Phys. Chem. B, 117, 15559-15575 (2013) 
134“Quantum Input-Output Theory for Optical Cavities with Arbitrary Coupling Strength: Application to Two-Photon Wave-Packet Shaping,” M. G. Raymer and C. J. McKinstrie, Phys. Rev. A 88, 043819 (2013) 
133“Supercritical Xenon-Filled Hollow-Core Photonic Bandgap Fiber,” K. E. Lynch-Klarup, E. D.
Mondloch, M. G. Raymer, D. Arrestier, F. Gerome, and F. Benabid, Optics Express, 21 Issue 11, pp.13726-13732 (2013)
 
132“Temporal mode selectivity by frequency conversion in second-order nonlinear optical waveguides,” D. V. Reddy, M. G. Raymer, C. J. McKinstrie, L. Mejling, and K. Rottwitt, Optics Express, 21, pp.13840-13863 (2013) 
131“Manipulating the color and shape of single photons,” Michael G. Raymer and Kartik Srinivasan, Physics Today (feature article), 65, 32 (2012) 
130“Quantum-state-preserving optical frequency conversion and pulse reshaping by four-wave mixing,” C. J. McKinstrie, L. Mejling, M. G. Raymer, and K. Rottwitt, Phys. Rev. A 85, 053829 (2012) 
129“Quantum frequency translation by four-wave mixing in a fiber: low-conversion regime,’ Mejling, L; McKinstrie, C J; Raymer, M G; Rottwitt, K, Optics Express, Vol. 20, pp.8367-8396 (2012) 
128“Theory of Quantum Frequency Translation of Light in Optical Fiber: Application to Interference of Two Photons of Different Color,” H. J. McGuinness, M. G. Raymer, C. J. McKinstrie, Opt. Express, 19, 17876 (2011) 
127“Quantum theory of phase correlations in optical frequency combs generated by stimulated Raman scattering,” C. Wu, M. G. Raymer, Y.Y. Wang, F. Benabid, Phys. Rev. A 82, 053834 (2010) 
126“Wavelength translation across 210 nm in the visible using vector bragg scattering in a birefringent photonic crystal fiber,” H.J. McGuinness, M.G. Raymer, C.J. McKinstrie and S. Radic, Photonics Technol. Lett., 23, 109-11 (2010) 
125“Quantum-Fluctuation-Initiated Coherence in Multi-Octave Raman Optical Frequency Combs," Y. Y. Wang, Chunbai Wu, F. Couny, M. G. Raymer and F. Benabid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 123603 (2010).https://arxiv.org/abs/1008.1814
124“Quantum frequency translation of single-photon states in photonic crystal fiber,” H.J. McGuinness,  M.G. Raymer, C.J. McKinstrie, and S. Radic, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 093604 (2010).https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.105.093604
123“Interference of two photons of different color,” M. G. Raymer, S. J. van Enk, C. J. McKinstrie, and H. J. McGuinness, Opt. Commun. 238, 747 (2010). 
122“Remote preparation of complex spatial states of single photons and verification by two-photon coincidence experiment,” Yoonshik Kang, Kiyoung Cho, Jaewoo Noh, Dashiell L. P. Vitullo, Cody Leary, and M. G. Raymer, Optics Express Vol. 18, pp. 1217–1233 (2010). 
121“Continuous-variable optical quantum-state tomography,” A. I. Lvovsky and M. G. Raymer,
Reviews of Modern Physics 81, 299 (2009)
 
120“Spin and Orbital Rotation of Electrons and Photons via Spin-Orbit Interaction,” C. C. Leary, M. G. Raymer and S. J. van Enk, Phys. Rev. A 80, 061804R (2009). 
119“Continuous-variable optical quantum state tomography,” A.I. Lvovksy and M. G. Raymer, Rev. Mod. Phys., 81, 299 – 332 (2009)https://journals.aps.org/rmp/abstract/10.1103/RevModPhys.81.299
118“Stable Mode Sorting by Two-Dimensional Parity of Photonic Transverse Spatial States,” C.C. Leary, L.A. Baumgardner, and M.G. Raymer, Optics Express Vol. 17, pp. 2435-2452 (2009)https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-17-4-2435
117“Self-spin-controlled rotation of spatial states of a Dirac electron in a cylindrical potential via spin-orbit interaction,” C. C. Leary, D. Reeb and M. G. Raymer, New Journal of Physics, 10, 103022 (2008). 
116“Photon Wave Mechanics and the Wolf Equations of Classical Coherence Theory,” M. G. Raymerand Brian J. Smith, Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics 9 (2007) [appeared 2008]. 
115"Multicolor multipartite entanglement produced by vector four-wave mixing in a fiber," C. J. McKinstrie, S. J. van Enk, M. G. Raymer, and S. Radic, Opt. Express 16, 2720-2739 (2008). 
114“Photon pair-state preparation with tailored spectral properties by spontaneous four-wave mixing in photonic-crystal fiber,” K. Garay-Palmett, H. J. McGuinness, Offir Cohen,  J. S. Lundeen,  R. Rangel-Rojo, M. G. Raymer, C. J. McKinstrie, S. Radic,  A. B. U’Ren and I. A.Walmsley, Opt. Express, 15, 14870-14886 (2007)https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-15-22-14870
113“Generation and novel photonic guidance of multi-octave optical-frequency combs,” F. Couny, F. Benabid, P. J. Roberts, P. S. Light and M. G. Raymer, Science318, 1118-1121 (2007). 
112“Photon wave functions, wave-packet quantization of light, and coherence theory,” Brian J. Smith and M. G. Raymer, New J. Phys. 9, 414 (2007)https://arxiv.org/abs/0708.0831
111“Mesoscopic entanglement of atomic ensembles through non-resonant stimulated Raman scattering,” Wenhai Ji, Chunbai Wu, S. J. van Enk, M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A 75, 052305 (2007)https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/4431218
110“Unimpaired phase-sensitive amplification by vector four-wave mixing near the zero-dispersion frequency,” C. J. McKinstrie, S. Radic, M. G. Raymer, L. Schenato, Opt. Express, 15, 2178-2189 (2007). 
109“Mapping broadband single-photon wavepackets into an atomic memory,” J. Nunn, I. A. Walmsley, M. G. Raymer, K. Surmacz, F. C. Waldermann, Z. Wang, and D. Jaksch, Phys. Rev. A, 75, 011401R (2007). https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.75.011401
108“Slow light propagation in a linear-response three-level atomic vapor,” Wenhai Ji, Chunbai Wu, M. G. Raymer, JOSAB 24, 629-635 (2006).https://arxiv.org/ftp/physics/papers/0603/0603145.pdf
107“Efficient picosecond pulse shaping by programmable Bragg gratings,” Chunbai Wu and M. G. Raymer, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 42, 873-884 (2006). 
106“Two-photon wave mechanics,” Brian J. Smith and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A, 74, 062104 (2006). https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0605149
105“Four-wave mixing cascades near the zero-dispersion frequency,” C. J. McKinstrie and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Express 14, 9600 (2006). 
104“Pairwise entanglement and readout of atomic-ensemble and optical wave-packet modes in traveling-wave Raman interactions,” Wojciech Wasilewski and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A, 73, 063816 (2006).https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0512157
103“A hemispherical, high-solid-angle optical micro-cavity for cavity-QED studies,” Guoqiang Cui, J. M. Hannigan, R. Loeckenhoff, F. M. Matinaga, M. G. Raymer, S. Bhongale, M. Holland, S. Mosor, S. Chatterjee, H. M. Gibbs, G. Khitrova, Opt. Express, 14, 2289 (2006).
102"Emission spectra and quantum efficiency of single-photon sources in the cavity-QED strong-coupling regime," G. Gui and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A. 73, 053807 (2006)
101
“Quantum mechanics of phase-sensitive amplification in a fiber,” C. J. McKinstrie, M. G. Raymer, S. Radic and M. V. Vasilyev, Opt. Commun. 257, 146-163 (2006).
100
“Measurement of the transverse spatial quantum state of light at the single-photon level,” B. Smith, B. Killett, M.G. Raymer, K. Banaszek, I.A. Walmsley, Opt. Lett. 30. 3365-3367 (2005). quant-ph/0507142
99
“The Maxwell wave function of the photon,” SPIE Conference, Optics and Photonics, Conference number 5866, The Nature of Light: What is a Photon?  (San Diego, Aug. 2005).  
98
“Quantum efficiency of single-photon sources in the cavity-QED strong-coupling regime,” Guoqiang Cui and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Express, 13, 9660-9665 (2005)
97
“Translation of individual and entangled states by four-wave mixing,” C. J. McKinstrie, J. D. Harvey, S. Radic and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Express 13, 9131-9142 (2005)
96
“Pure-state, single-photon wave-packet generation by parametric down conversion in a distributed microcavity,” M. G. Raymer, Jaewoo Noh, K. Banaszek, I.A. Walmsley, Phys. Rev. A 72, 023825 (2005)
95
“Quantum noise properties of parametric processes," C. J. McKinstrie, M. Yu, M. G. Raymer and S. Radic, Opt. Express 13, 4986-5012 (2005).
94
"Picosecond Polarization Dynamics and Noise in Pulsed Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers," E. L. Blansett, M. G. Raymer, G. Cui, G. Khitrova, H. M. Gibbs, D. K. Serkland, A. A. Allerman, and K. M. Geib, IEEE J. Quant. Electron. 41, 287-301 (2005)
93
"Generation of pure-state single-photon wave packets by conditional preparation based on spontaneous parametric down conversion," A. B. U'Ren, C. Silberhorn, R. Erdmann, K. Banaszek, W. P. Grice, I. A. Walmsley, and M.G. Raymer, Laser Physics, 15, 146 (2005)
 
92
"Quantum noise properties of parametric amplifiers driven by two pump waves," Colin J. McKinstrie, S. Radic, M. G. Raymer," Optics Express, 12, 5037-5066 (2004).
91
"Quantum state entanglement and readout of collective atomic-ensemble modes and optical wave-packets by stimulated Raman scattering," M. G. Raymer, J. Mod. Optics, 51, 1739-1759 (2004).
90
"Linear Optical Sampling," C. Dorrer, D.C. Kilper, H.R. Stuart, G. Raybon and M. G. Raymer (IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 15, 1746, 2003).
89
"Separability criterion for separate quantum systems," M. G. Raymer, A. Funk, B. C. Sanders, H. de Guise, Phys. Rev. A 67, 052104 (2003).
88
"Theory of optical near-resonant cone emission in atomic vapor," B. D. Paul, J. Cooper, A. Gallagher, and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A 66, 063816 (2002).
87
"Quantum cryptography with macroscopic non-classical light," M.G. Raymer and A.C. Funk Acta Physica Polonica A, 101, 437 (2002).
 
86
"Quantum key distribution using non-classical photon number correlations in macroscopic light pulses," M.G. Raymer and A.C. Funk, Phys. Rev. A., 65, 042307 (2002).
85
"Ultrafast Polarization Dynamics and Noise in Pulsed Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers," E. L. Blansett, M. G. Raymer, G. Khitrova, H. M. Gibbs, D. K. Serkland, A. A. Allerman, K. M. Geib ( Optics Express, 6, 312 - 318, 2001).
84
"Propagation of Transverse Optical Coherence in Random Multiple-Scattering Media," Chung-Chieh Cheng and M. G. Raymer, 62, 023811, Phys. Rev. A, 62, 023811 (2000).
83
"A variable lateral shearing Sagnac interferometer with high numerical aperture for measuring the complex spatial coherence function of light," Chung-Chieh Cheng, M. G. Raymer, and H. Heier, J. Mod. Opt., 47, 1237 (2000).
82
"Quantum-state tomography of two-mode light using generalized rotations in phase space," M. G. Raymer and A. Funk, Phys. Rev. A 61, 015801 (1999).
81
"Measuring the quantum polarization state of light," M. G. Raymer, D. F. McAlister and A. Funk, in Quantum Communication, Computing, and Measurement 2, 1998, ed. P. Kumar (Plenum, 2000) pg. 147-162.
80
"Long-range saturation of spatial decoherence in wave-field transport in multiple-scattering media," C.-C. Cheng and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 82, 4807 (1999).
79
"Spectral broadening of stochastic light intensity-smoothed by a saturated semiconductor optical amplifier," M. J. Munroe, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, J. Quant. Electron. 34, 548 (1998).
78
"Measuring the quantum mechanical wave function," M. G. Raymer, Contemp. Physics 38, 343 (1997).
 
77
"Whittaker-Shannon sampling theorem for experimental reconstruction of free-space wave packets," M. G. Raymer, J. Mod. Opt. 44, 2565(1997).
 
76
"Pulsed squeezed light generation in chi-two nonlinear waveguides," M. A. Anderson, D. F. McAlister, M. G. Raymer, and M. C. Gupta, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 14, 3180 (1997).
75
"Correlation and joint density matrix of two spatial-temporal modes from balanced-homodyne sampling," D. F. McAlister and M. G. Raymer, J. Mod. Opt. 44, 2359, (1997).
74
"Ultrafast photon-number correlations from dual-pulse, phase-averaged homodyne detection," D. F. McAlister and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A, 55, R1609, (1997).
73
"Multimode laser model with coupled cavities and quantum noise," S. E. Hodges, M. Munroe, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 14, 191 (1997).
72
"Turn-on transient dynamics in a multimode, compound-cavity laser," S. E. Hodges, M. Munroe, W. Gadomski, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 14, 180 (1997).
71
"Two-mode quantum-optical state measurement: Sampling the joint density matrix," M. G. Raymer, D. F. McAlister and U. Leonhardt, Phys. Rev. A, 54, 2397, (1996).
70
"Observation of moving wave packets reveals their quantum state," U. Leonhardt and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett., 76, 1985, (1996).
69
"Sampling of photon statistics and density matrix using homodyne detection," U. Leonhardt, M. Munroe, T. Kiss, Th. Richter, and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Commun., 127, 144, (1996); erratum: 137, 445, (1997).
68
"Ultrafast measurement of optical-field statistics by dc-balanced homodyne detection," M. G. Raymer, J. Cooper, H. J. Carmichael, M. Beck, and D. T. Smithey, JOSA B 12, 1801 (1995).
67
"Ultrashort pulsed squeezing by optical parametric amplification," M. J. Werner, M. G. Raymer, M. Beck and P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A 52, 4202 (1995).
66
"Photon number statistics from phase-averaged quadrature field distribution: theory and ultrafast measurement," M. Munroe, D. Boggavarapu, M. E. Anderson and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A, Rapid Commun. 52, R924 (1995).
65
"Quantum superpositions of classically distinguishable states of a molecule," I. A. Walmsley and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A. 52, 681 (1995).
64
"Optical phase retrieval by phase-space tomography and fractional-order Fourier transforms," D. McAlister, M. Beck, L. Clarke, A. Mayer and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Lett. 20, 1181 (1995).
63
"Quadrature Squeezing with Ultrashort Pulses in Nonlinear Optical Waveguides," M. E. Anderson, M. Beck, M. G. Raymer, and J. D. Bierlein, Opt. Lett. 20, 620 (1995).
62
"Demonstration of Boundary Conditions on Sound Impulse Reflections in Pipes," M. G. Raymer and S. Micklavzina, The Physics Teacher, 33, 183 (1995).
Copyright 1995 American Association of Physics Teachers. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the American Association of Physics Teachers. The following article appeared in the American Journal of Physics (detailed above) and may be found at link in next column.
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"Uncertainty principle for joint measurement of noncommuting variables," M. G. Raymer, Am. J. Phys. 62, 986 (1994).
Copyright 1994 American Association of Physics Teachers. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the American Association of Physics Teachers. The following article appeared in the American Journal of Physics (detailed above) and may be found at link in next column.
60
"Complex wave-field reconstruction using phase-space tomography," M. G. Raymer, M. Beck and D. McAlister, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 1137 (1994).
59
"Observation of Kastler ring emission from a short-cavity laser," S. E. Hodges, W. Gadomski, and M. G. Raymer, Appl. Opt. 32, 5930 (1993).
58
"Total intensity modulation and mode hopping in a coupled-cavity laser as a result of external-cavity length variations," M. Munroe, S. E. Hodges, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Lett. 19, 105 (1993).
57
"Chronocyclic tomography for measuring amplitude and phase structure of optical pulses," M. Beck, M. G. Raymer, I. A. Walmsley and V. Wong, Opt. Lett. 18, 2041 (1993).
56
"Many-port homodyne detection of optical phase," M. G. Raymer, J. Cooper, and M. Beck, Phys. Rev.A, 48, 4617 (1993).
55
"Measurement of number-phase uncertainty relations of optical fields," D. T Smithey, M. Beck, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev.A, 48, 3159 (1993).
54
"Observation of extreme sensitivity to induced molecular coherence in stimulated Raman scattering," M. Belsley, D.T. Smithey, K. Wedding, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A 48, 1514 (1993).
53
"Compound-cavity laser modes for arbitrary interface reflectivity," S. E. Hodges, M. Munroe, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Lett. 18, 1481 (1993).
52
"Experimental determination of number-phase uncertainty relations," M. Beck, D. T Smithey, J. Cooper, and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Lett., 18, 1259 (1993).
51
"Complete experimental characterization of the quantum state of a light mode via the Wigner function and the density matrix: application to quantum phase distributions of vacuum and squeezed-vacuum states," D. T Smithey, M. Beck, J. Cooper, M. G. Raymer, and A. Faridani, Physica Scripta, T48, 35 (1993).
50
"Experimental determination of quantum phase distributions using optical homodyne tomography," M. Beck, D. T Smithey, and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A 48, R890, (1993).
49
"Measurement of the Wigner distribution and the density matrix of a light mode using optical homodyne tomography: application to squeezed states and the vacuum," D. T Smithey, M. Beck, M. G. Raymer and A. Faridani, Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 1244 (1993).
48
"Twin photon beams resulting from interference of independent broadband squeezed vacua," M. Belsley, D. T. Smithey, M. G. Raymer, and J. Mostowski, Phys. Rev. A, 46, 414 (1992).
47
"Turn-on transient statistics and dynamics in a multimode, short-cavity laser," S. E. Hodges, M. Munroe, D. Adkison, W. Gadomski, and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Lett. 17, 931 (1992).
46
"Sub-shot-noise correlation of total photon number using macroscopic twin pulses of light," D. T Smithey, M. Beck, M. Belsley, and M. G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 2650 (1992).
45
"Information and Complementarity in a Proposed Which-Path Experiment Using Photons, M.G. Raymer and S. Yang, J. Mod. Optics, 39 1221(1992).
44
"Beam Pointing Fluctuations in a Gain-Guided Raman amplifier," S.J. Kuo, D.T. Smithey, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A45, 2031 (1992).
43
"Limits to Wide-Band, Pulsed Squeezing in a Traveling-Wave, Parametric Amplifier with Group-Velocity Dispersion," M.G. Raymer, P.D. Drummond and S.J. Carter, Opt. Lett. 16, 1189 (1991).
42
"Near Quantum Limited Phase Memory in a Raman Amplifier," D.T. Smithey, M. Belsley, K. Wedding, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 67, 2446 (1991).
41
"Quantum Theory of Propagation of Non-Classical Radiation in a Near-Resonant Medium," P.D. Drummond and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A44, 2072 (1991).
40
"Beam-Pointing Fluctuations in Gain-Guided Amplifiers," S.J. Kuo, D.T. Smithey, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 66, 2605 (1991).
39
"Spatial Interference of Macroscopic Light Fields from Independent Raman Sources," S.J. Kuo, D.T. Smithey, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A (Rap. Commun.) 43, 4083 (1990).
38
"Delay-Time Statistics of Cooperative Emission in the Prescence of Homogeneous Line Broadening," K. Rzazewski, M.G. Raymer, and R.W. Boyd, Phys. Rev. A39, 5785 (1989).
37
"The Influence of Collisional Dephasing on Superfluorescence," J.J. Maki, M.S. Malcuit, M.G. Raymer, R.W. Boyd, and P.D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A40, 5135 (1989).
36
"Transition from Quantum-Noise-Driven to Deterministic Dynamics in a Multimode Laser," M. Beck, I. McMackin, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A40, 2410 (1989).
35
"Temporal Quantum Fluctuations in Stimulated Raman Scattering: Coherent-Modes Description," M.G. Raymer, Z.W. Li, and I.A. Walmsley, Phys. Rev. Lett. 63, 1586 (1989).
34
"Coherent Propagation of Stokes Light in a Collisionally Broadened Three-Level Amplifier," B.J. Herman, J.H. Eberly, M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A39, 3447 (1989).
33
"Cancellation of Laser Phase Fluctuations in Stokes, Anti-Stokes Generation," Z.W. Li, C. Radzewicz, and M.G. Raymer, JOSA B5, 2340 (1988).
32
"Instabilities and Chaos in a Multimode, Standing-Wave, CW Dye Laser," I. McMackin, C. Radzewicz, M. Beck, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A38, 820 (1988).
31
"Strong-Field Theory of a Multimode, Standing-Wave Dye Laser," M.G. Raymer, Z. Deng, and M. Beck, JOSA B5, 1588 (1988).
30
"Phase Cross Correlation in the Coherent Raman Process," Z.W. Li, C. Radzewicz, and M.G. Raymer, Opt. Lett. 13, 491 (1988).
29
"Amplitude-Stabilized Chaotic Light," C. Radzewicz, Z.W. Li, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A37, 2039 (1988).
28
"Intensity Correlation Measurements in Stimulated Raman Generation with a Multimode Laser," L.A. Westling and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A36, 4835 (1987).
27
"Temporal Smoothing of Multimode Dye-Laser Pulses," Z.W. Li, C. Radzewicz, and M.G. Raymer, Opt. Lett. 12, 416 (1987).
26
"Atomic Collisions in the Presence of Intense, Ultrashort Laser Pulses," T. Sizer II and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A36, 2643 (1987).
25
"Intensity Autocorrelation Measurements and Spontaneous FM Phase Locking in a Multimode Pulsed Dye Laser," L.A. Westling and M.G. Raymer, JOSA B3, 911 (1986).
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"Modification of Atomic Collision Dynamics by Intense Ultrashort Laser Pulses," T. Sizer II and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 56, 123 (1986).
23
"Experimental Study of the Macroscopic Quantum Fluctuations of Partially Coherent Stimulated Raman Scattering," I.A. Walmsley and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A33, 382 (1986).
22
"Quantum Theory of Spatial and Temporal Coherence Properties of Stimulated Raman Scattering," M.G. Raymer, I.A. Walmsley, J. Mostowski, and B. Sobolewska, Phys. Rev. A32, 332 (1985).
21
"Quantum Theory of Stokes Generation with a Multimode Laser," M.G. Raymer and L. A. Westling, JOSA B2, 1417 (1985).
20
"Stabilization of Stokes Pulse Energies in the Nonlinear Regime of Stimulated Raman Scattering," I.A. Walmsley, M.G. Raymer, T. Sizer, I. Duling, and J. Kafka, Opt. Commun. 53, 137 (1985).
19
"Time-Dependent Semiclassical Theory of Gain-Coupled Distributed Feedback Lasers," I.N. Duling and M.G. Raymer, IEEE-JQE 10, 1202 (1984).
18
"Single-Shot Spectral Measurements and Mode Correlations in a Pulsed Multimode Dye Laser," L.A. Westling, M.G. Raymer, and J.J. Snyder, JOSA B1, 150 (1984).
17
"Stimulated Raman Scattering of Colored Chaotic Laser Light," M. Trippenbach, K. Rzazewski, and M.G. Raymer, JOSA B1, 671 (1984).
16
"Observation of Intensity Fluctuations and Mode Correlations in a Broad-Band CW Dye Laser," L.A. Westling, M.G. Raymer, M.G. Sceats, and D. F. Coker, Opt. Commun. 47, 212 (1983).
15
"Observation of Macroscopic Quantum Fluctuations in Stimulated Raman Scattering," I.A. Walmsley and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 50, 962 (1983).
14
"Time-Dependences of Two-, Three-, and Four-Photon Ionization of Atomic Hydrogen in the Ground 12S and Metastable 22S States," C.R. Holt, M.G. Raymer, and W.P. Reinhardt, Phys. Rev. A27, 2971 (1983).
13
"On the Theory of Time-Dependent Intense-Field Collisional Resonance Fluorescence," P.D. Kleiber, J. Cooper, K. Burnett, C. Kunasz, and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A27, 291 (1983).
12
"Statistics of Stimulated Stokes Pulse Energies in the Steady-State Regime," K. Rzazewski, M. Lewenstein, and M. G. Raymer, Opt. Commun. 43, 451 (1982).
11
"Steady-State Quantum Interference in Resonance Fluorescence," D.A. Cardimona, M.G. Raymer, and C.R. Stroud, Jr., J. Phys. B15, 55 (1982).
10
"Pulse Energy Statistics in Stimulated Raman Scattering," M.G. Raymer, K. Rzazewski, and J. Mostowski, Optics Letters 7, 71 (1982).
9
"Stimulated Raman Scattering: Unified Treatment of Spontaneous Initiation and Spatial Propagation," M.G. Raymer and J. Mostowski, Phys. Rev. A24, 1980 (1981).
8
"Four-Wave Parametric Amplification of Rabi Sidebands in Sodium," D.J. Harter, P. Narum, M.G. Raymer, and R. W. Boyd, Phys. Rev. Letters 46, 1192 (1981).
7
"Four-Wave Parametric Interactions in a Strongly Driven Two-Level System," R.W. Boyd, M.G. Raymer, P. Narum, and D. Harter, Phys. Rev. A24, 411 (1981).
6
"The Buildup of Stimulated Raman Scattering from Spontaneous Raman Scattering," J. Mostowksi and M.G. Raymer, Opt. Commun. 36, 237 (1981).
5
"Resonance Fluorescence in a Weak Radiation Field with Arbitrary Spectral Distribution," M.G. Raymer and J. Cooper, Phys. Rev. A20, 2238 (1979).
4
"Theory of Stimulated Raman Scattering with Broadband Lasers," M.G. Raymer, J. Mostowski and J. L. Carlsten, Phys. Rev. A19, 2304 (1979).
3
"Comparison of Collisional Redistribution and Emission Line Shapes," M.G. Raymer, J.L. Carlsten and G. Pichler, J. Phys. B12, L119 (1979).
2
"Simultaneous Observations of Stimulated Raman Scattering and Stimulated Collision-Induced Fluorescence," M.G. Raymer and J.L. Carlsten, Phys. Rev. Letters 39, 1326 (1977).
1
"Collisional Redistribution and Saturation of Near-Resonant Scattered Light," J.L. Carlsten, A. Szoke and M.G. Raymer, Phys. Rev. A15, 1029 (1977).