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Understanding light polarization a bit better

Date Fr, 02.11.2012 - Fr, 02.11.2012
Time 14-16h
Speaker Joseph Eberly, University of Rochester, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rochester, NY
Location ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg HPL D32
Program The nature of light polarization is not so well understood as the theories of George Stokes and Emil Wolf would lead us to believe. A wider viewpoint is required in order to accommodate the needs of increasingly complex light fields. It turns out that even for completely classical light, entanglement plays an important role.

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University of Rochester; Quantum Optics Theory
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