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Theoretical treatment of the interaction between two-level atoms and periodic waveguides
Xiaorun Zang,Philippe Lalanne
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1364/OL.40.003869
Abstract: Light transport in periodic waveguides coupled to a two-level atom is investigated. By using optical Bloch equations and a photonic modal formalism, we derive semi-analytical expressions for the scattering matrix of one atom trapped in a periodic waveguide. The derivation is general, as the expressions hold for any periodic photonic or plasmonic waveguides. It provides a basic building block to study collective effects arising from photon-mediated multi-atom interactions in periodic waveguides.
Magic wavelengths for lattice trapped Rubidium four-level active optical clock
Xiaorun Zang,Tonggang Zhang,Jingbiao Chen
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1088/0256-307X/29/9/090601
Abstract: After pumped from $5s_{1/2}$ ground state to $6p_{1/2}$ state, the population inversion between $6s_{1/2}$ and $5p_{1/2,3/2}$ will be established for Rubidium four-level active optical clock. In this paper, we calculate AC Stark shift due to lattice trapping laser which dominates the frequency shift of clock transition in lattice trapped Rubidium four-level active optical clock. Several magic wavelengths are found that can form desired optical lattice trapping potential. By choosing a proper intensity and linewidth of trapping laser, the fractional frequency uncertainty of clock transition due to AC Stark shift of trapping laser, is estimated to be below 10^-18
Active optical clock based on four-level quantum system
Tonggang Zhang,Yanfei Wang,Xiaorun Zang,Wei Zhuang,Jingbiao Chen
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-013-5877-0
Abstract: Active optical clock, a new conception of atomic clock, has been proposed recently. In this report, we propose a scheme of active optical clock based on four-level quantum system. The final accuracy and stability of two-level quantum system are limited by second-order Doppler shift of thermal atomic beam. To three-level quantum system, they are mainly limited by light shift of pumping laser field. These limitations can be avoided effectively by applying the scheme proposed here. Rubidium atom four-level quantum system, as a typical example, is discussed in this paper. The population inversion between $6S_{1/2}$ and $5P_{3/2}$ states can be built up at a time scale of $10^{-6}$s. With the mechanism of active optical clock, in which the cavity mode linewidth is much wider than that of the laser gain profile, it can output a laser with quantum-limited linewidth narrower than 1 Hz in theory. An experimental configuration is designed to realize this active optical clock.
Interaction between atoms and slow light: a waveguide-design study
Xiaorun Zang,Jianji Yang,Rémi Faggiani,Christopher Gill,Plamen G. Petrov,Jean-Paul Hugonin,Kevin Vynck,Simon Bernon,Philippe Bouyer,Vincent Boyer,Philippe Lalanne
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: The emerging field of on-chip integration of nanophotonic devices and cold atoms offers extremely-strong and pure light-matter interaction schemes, which may have profound impact on quantum information science. In this context, a long-standing obstacle is to achieve strong interaction between single atoms and single photons, while at the same time trap atoms in vacuum at large separation distances from dielectric surfaces. In this work, we study new waveguide geometries that challenge these conflicting objectives. The designed photonic crystal waveguide is expected to offer a good compromise, which additionally allows for easy manipulation of atomic clouds around the structure, while being tolerant to fabrication imperfections.
Lower bound for the spatial extent of localized modes in one-dimensional disordered periodic media
Rémi Faggiani,Alexandre Baron,Xiaorun Zang,Lo?c Lalouat,Sebastian A. Schulz,Bryan O'Regan,Kevin Vynck,Beno?t Cluzel,Frédérique de Fornel,Thomas F. Krauss,Philippe Lalanne
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: Light localization due to random imperfections in periodic media is paramount in photonics research. The group index is known to be a key parameter for localization near photonic band edges, since small group velocities reinforce light interaction with imperfections. Here, we show that the size of the smallest localized mode that is formed at the band edge of a periodic medium is driven instead by the effective photon mass, i.e. the flatness of the dispersion curve. Our theoretical prediction is supported by numerical simulations, which reveal that photonic-crystal waveguides can exhibit surprisingly small localized modes, much smaller than those observed in Bragg stacks thanks to their larger effective photon mass. This possibility is demonstrated experimentally with a photonic-crystal waveguide fabricated without any intentional disorder, for which near-field measurements allow us to distinctly observe a wavelength-scale localized mode despite the smallness ($\sim 1/1000$ of a wavelength) of the fabrication imperfections.
Heuristics for Production Allocation and Ordering Policies in Multi-Plants with Capacity  [PDF]
Jie Zang, Jiafu Tang
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2010.31002
Abstract: Joint decisions in production allocation and ordering policies for single and multiple products in a production-distribution network system consisting of multiple plants are discussed, production capacity constraints of multi-plants and unit production capacity for producing a product are considered. Based on the average total cost in unit time, the decisive model is established. It tries to determine the production cycle length, delivery frequency in a cycle from the warehouse to the retailer and the economic production allocation. The approach hinges on providing an optimized solution to the joint decision model through the heuristics methods. The heuristic algorithms are proposed to solve the single-product joint decision model and the multi-products decision problem. Simulations on different sizes of problems have shown that the heuristics is effective, and in general more effective than Quasi-Newton method (QNM).
Human Resource Management in the Era of Big Data  [PDF]
Siyu Zang, Maolin Ye
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.31006
Abstract: In the era of Big Data, enterprise management is undergoing tremendous changes. Human resource department, as an important part of the company, has also been affected by big data. The article is in the context of the era of Big Data, discussing the application of Big Data in major modules of human resource management, including recruitment, talent training, talent assessment and so on. Moreover, this article proposes the major challenges that HR will face and corresponding solution.
Core-Germplasm Construction of Rosa rugosa Collections by CDDP Molecular Markers  [PDF]
Liyuan Jiang, Dekui Zang
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2017.711046
Abstract: A method for constructing core-germplasm of Rosa rugosa in China based on molecular marker data was probed and the optimum core germplasm was established. Studies were initiated to analyze the genetic diversity of 120 rugged roses from 6 different Chinese source populations based on CDDP marker, and a preliminary construction of the core collection was established using stepwise UPGMA clustering sampling method. The 26 core collection resources of R. rugosa collections in China have 20% germplasm samples of initial collection, the retention ratio of polymorphic loci, effective number of alleles (Ne), Nei’s genetic diversity (H) and Shannon information index (I) were respectively 97.52%, 104.16%, 108.38% and 106.18%. The results of t-test showed that no significant difference was found in genetic diversity indexes between the core collection and the original collection. These results also demonstrated that the core collection could stand for original collection excellently. The results show that CDDP molecular technology can be successfully applied to the construction of core germplasm resources of rugged roses.
Blow-Up Criteria for Three-Dimensional Boussinesq Equations in Triebel-Lizorkin Spaces
Minglei Zang
Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/539278
Abstract: We establish a new blow-up criteria for solution of the three-dimensional Boussinesq equations in Triebel-Lizorkin spaces by using Littlewood-Paley decomposition. 1. Introduction and Main Results In this paper, we consider the regularity of the following three-dimensional incompressible Boussinesq equations: where denotes the fluid velocity vector field, is the scalar pressure, is the scalar temperature, is the constant kinematic viscosity, is the thermal diffusivity, and , while and are the given initial velocity and initial temperature, respectively, with . Boussinesq systems are widely used to model the dynamics of the ocean or the atmosphere. They arise from the density-dependent fluid equations by using the so-called Boussinesq approximation which consists in neglecting the density dependence in all the terms but the one involving the gravity. This approximation can be justified from compressible fluid equations by a simultaneous low Mach number/Froude number limit; we refer to [1] for a rigorous justification. It is well known that the question of global existence or finite-time blow-up of smooth solutions for the 3D incompressible Boussinesq equations. This challenging problem has attracted significant attention. Therefore, it is interesting to study the blow-up criterion of the solutions for system (1.1). Recently, Fan and Zhou [2] and Ishimura and Morimoto [3] proved the following blow-up criterion, respectively: Subsequently, Qiu et al. [4] obtained Serrin-type regularity condition for the three-dimensional Boussinesq equations under the incompressibility condition. Furthermore, Xu et al. [5] obtained the similar regularity criteria of smooth solution for the 3D Boussinesq equations in the Morrey-Campanato space. Our purpose in this paper is to establish a blow-up criteria of smooth solution for the three-dimensional Boussinesq equations under the incompressibility condition in Triebel-Lizorkin spaces. Now we state our main results as follows. Theorem 1.1. Let , be the smooth solution to the problem (1.1) with the initial data for . If the solution satisfies the following condition then the solution can be extended smoothly beyond . Corollary 1.2. Let , be the smooth solution to the problem (1.1) with the initial data for . If the solution satisfies the following condition then the solution can be extended smoothly beyond . Remark 1.3. By Corollary 1.2, we can see that our main result is an improvement of (1.2). 2. Preliminaries and Lemmas The proof of the results presented in this paper is based on a dyadic partition of unity in Fourier
The Contribution of African Diplomacy to the Non-Aligned Movement and the Group of 77
Laurant Zang
African Journal of International Affairs , 1998,
Abstract: (African Journal of International Affairs, 1998 1(1): 1-16)
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