Physics at Virginia

"Perfect Pulses"

Israel Klich , Caltech
[Host: Paul Fendley]
Generic perturbations of a Fermi liquid create noise in the form of numerous particle-hole pairs. In the talk I will show that it is possible to excite particles from a Fermi sea in a noise-free fashion by electromagnetic pulses of a special form. The resulting many-body states are characterized by a finite number of particles excited above the Fermi surface accompanied by no disturbance below it. The excitations can be regarded as realization of vertex operators. I will also discuss potential applications in creating entangled electron hole pairs, and effects of interactions.
Condensed Matter Seminar
Thursday, February 15, 2007
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special time.
Note special room.

 Add to your calendar

To add a speaker, send an email to phys-speakers@Virginia.EDU. Please include the seminar type (e.g. Condensed Matter Seminars), date, name of the speaker, title of talk, and an abstract (if available).