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Highly selective population of two excited states [2mm]in nonresonant two-photon absorption

Zhang Hui,Zhang Shi-An,Sun Zhen-Rong,

中国物理 B , 2011,
Abstract: A nonresonant two-photon absorption process can be manipulated by tailoring the ultra-short laser pulse. In this paper, we theoretically demonstrate a highly selective population of two excited states in the nonresonant two-photon absorption process by rationally designing a spectral phase distribution. Our results show that one excited state is maximally populated while the other state population is widely tunable from zero to the maximum value. We believe that the theoretical results may play an important role in the selective population of a more complex nonlinear process comprising nonresonant two-photon absorption, such as resonance-mediated (2+1)-three-photon absorption and (2+1)-resonant multiphoton ionization.
Selective excitation and suppression of coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering by shaping femtosecond pulses

Zhang Shi-An,Zhang Hui,Wang Zu-Geng,Sun Zhen-Rong,

中国物理 B , 2010,
Abstract: Femtosecond coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) suffers from poor selectivity between neighbouring Raman levels due to the large bandwidth of the femtosecond pulses. This paper provides a new method to realize the selective excitation and suppression of femtosecond CARS by manipulating both the probe and pump (or Stokes) spectra. These theoretical results indicate that the CARS signals between neighbouring Raman levels are differentiated from their indistinguishable femtosecond CARS spectra by tailoring the probe spectrum, and then their selective excitation and suppression can be realized by supplementally manipulating the pump (or Stokes) spectrum with the $\pi $ spectral phase step.
Coherent control of non-resonant two-photon transition in molecular system

Zhang Hui,Zhang Shi-An,Wang Zu-Geng,Sun Zhen-Rong,

中国物理 B , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper, we study theoretically and experimentally the coherent control of non-resonant two-photon transition in a molecular system (Perylene dissolved in chloroform solution) by shaping the femtosecond pulses with simple phase patterns (cosinusoidal and π phase step-function shape). The control efficiency of the two-photon transition probability is correlated with both the laser field and the molecular absorption bandwidth. Our results demonstrate that, the two-photon transition probability in a molecular system can be reduced but not completely eliminated by manipulating the laser field, and the control efficiency is minimal when the molecular absorption bandwidth is larger than twice the laser spectral bandwidth.
Achievement of Narrow-Band CARS Signal by Manipulating Broad-band Laser Spectrum

ZHANG Shi-An,WANG Zu-Geng,SUN Zhen-Rong,

中国物理快报 , 2008,
Abstract: We theoretically demonstrate the achievement of narrow-band coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) signal by manipulating broad-band probe spectrum. The narrowing of the CARS signal depends on the spectrum bandwidth of the probe beam, and thus high-resolution CARS signal for a complicated quantum system can be obtained by the simple spectrum manipulation. Furthermore, the energy-level diagram for the complicated quantum system can also be labelled by measuring the CARS signal at a given frequency.
Coherent Phase Control of Multiphoton Ionization in Three-Level Ladder-Type System

ZHANG Shi-An,CHEN Yu-Ting,WANG Zu-Geng,SUN Zhen-Rong,

中国物理快报 , 2009,
Abstract: We present the theoretical investigation of photoelectron spectroscopy resulting from the strong field induced multiphoton ionization in a typical three-level ladder-style system. Our theoretical results show that the photoelectron spectral structure can be alternatively steered by spectral phase modulation. This physical mechanism for strong field quantum control is explicitly exploited by the time-dependent dressed state population. It is concluded that the phase-shaped laser pulses can be used to selectively manipulate the multiphoton ionization process in complicated quantum systems.
Theoretical Investigation of Coherent Enhancement for Resonant Two-Photon Transitions

ZHANG Shi-An,WANG Zu-Geng,SUN Zhen-Rong,

中国物理快报 , 2008,
Abstract: We theoretically investigate the coherent enhancement of resonant two-photon transitions (TPT) in a three-level atomic system. The TPT can be coherently enhanced by modulating spectral amplitude due to eliminating the destructive interference, though partial laser energy losses. Maximal enhancement of TPT can be achieved by modulating spectral phase due toestablishing completely constructive interference. Our research provides a theoretical basis for experimental investigation and appears to have potential application on coherent control in the complicated quantum system.
Quantum coherent control of two-photon transitions by square phase-modulation

Zhang Shi-An,Wang Zu-Geng,Sun Zhen-Rong,

中国物理 B , 2008,
Abstract: A femtosecond laser pulse can be tailored to control the two-photon transitions using the ultra-fast pulse-shaping technique. This paper theoretically and experimentally demonstrates that two-photon transitions in molecular system with broad absorption line can be effectively controlled by square phase-modulation in frequency domain, and the influence of all parameters characterizing the square phase-modulation on two-photon transitions is systemically investigated and discussed. The obtained results have potential application in nonlinear spectroscopy and molecular physics.
Experimental Investigation on Selective Excitation of Two-Pulse Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering

LI Xia,ZHANG Hui,ZHANG Xiang-Yun,ZHANG Shi-An,WANG Zu-Geng,SUN Zhen-Rong,

中国物理快报 , 2008,
Abstract: Selective excitation of coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering from the benzene solution is achieved by adaptive pulse shaping based on genetic algorithm, and second harmonic generation frequency-resolved optical gating (SHG-FROG) technique is adopted to characterize the original and optimal laser pulses. The mechanism for two-pulse coherent mode-selective excitation of Raman scattering is experimentally investigated by modulating the pump pulse in the frequency domain, and it is indicated that two-pulse coherent mode-selective excitation of Raman scattering mainly depends on the effective frequency components of the pump pulse related to specific vibrational mode. The experimental results suggest that two-pulse CARS has good signal-to-background ratio and high sensitivity, and it has attractive potential applications in the complicated molecular system.
Spatial and temporal EEG dynamics of dual-task driving performance
Chin-Teng Lin, Shi-An Chen, Tien-Ting Chiu, Hong-Zhang Lin, Li-Wei Ko
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1743-0003-8-11
Abstract: We designed five cases with different stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) to investigate the distraction effects between the deviations and equations. The EEG channel signals are first converted into separated brain sources by independent component analysis (ICA). Then, event-related spectral perturbation (ERSP) changes of the EEG power spectrum are used to evaluate brain dynamics in time-frequency domains.Power increases in the theta and beta bands are observed in relation with distraction effects in the frontal cortex. In the motor area, alpha and beta power suppressions are also observed. All of the above results are consistently observed across 15 subjects. Additionally, further analysis demonstrates that response time and multiple cortical EEG power both changed significantly with different SOA.This study suggests that theta power increases in the frontal area is related to driver distraction and represents the strength of distraction in real-life situations.Driver distraction has been identified as the leading cause of car accidents. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had reported driver distraction as a high priority area about 20-30% of car accidents [1]. Distraction during driving by any cause is a significant contributor to road traffic accidents [2,3]. Driving is a complex task in which several skills and abilities are simultaneously involved. Distractions found during driving are quite widespread, including eating, drinking, talking with passengers, using cell phones, reading, feeling fatigue, solving problems, and using in-car equipment. Commercial vehicle operators with complex in-car technologies also cause an increased risk as they may become increasingly distracting in the years to come [4,5]. Some literature studied the behavioral effect of driver's distraction in car. Tijerina showed driver distraction from measurements of the static completion time of an in-vehicle task [6]. Similarly, distraction effects caused by talking on cel
The photoluminescence of ZnSe bulk single crystals excited by femtosecond pulse

Li Huan-Yong,Jie Wan-Qi,Zhang Shi-An,Sun Zhen-Rong,Xu Ke-Wei,

中国物理 B , 2006,
Abstract: This paper reports on the photoluminescence spectra of ZnSe single crystal with trace chlorine excited by the femtosecond laser pulse. Three emission bands, including second-harmonic-generation, two-photon-excited peak and a broad band at 500--700nm, were detected. The thermal strain induced by femtosecond pulse strongly influences the photoluminescence of ZnSe crystal. The corresponding strain \va in ZnSe crystal is estimated to be about 8.8 \ti10-3 at room temperature. The zinc-vacancy, as the main point defect induced by femtosecond pulse, is successfully used to interpret the broad emission at 500--700nm. The research shows that self-activated luminescence possesses the recombination mechanism of donor--vacancy pair, and it is also influenced by a few selenium defects and the temperature. The rapid decrease in photoluminescence intensity of two-photon-excited fluorescence and second-harmonic generation emission at lower temperature is attributed to the fact that more point defects result in the thermal activation of the two-photo-absorption energy converting to the stronger recombination emission of chlorine--zinc vacancy in 500--700nm. The experimental results indicate that the femtosecond exciting photoluminescence shows a completely different emission mechanism to that of He--Cd exciting luminescence in ZnSe single crystal. The femtosecond laser exhibits a higher sensitive to the impurity in crystal materials, which can be recommended as an efficient way to estimate the trace impurity in high quality crystals.
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