Spectral hole-burning, slow light and coherent transients in the R-lines of chromium (III) in crystalline hosts

18
Jul

P25 (Room G02/03 in PEMS South Bldg 26)

1.00pm to 1.45pm

PhD scholar Muhammed (Ajmal) Pallithadathil Nazer presents his research, which focusses on investigating the optical effects at R lines of chromium complexes, such as ruby and emerald, using high-resolution laser spectroscopic techniques and how these phenomena can significantly contribute the reduction of the speed of light passing through it.

This seminar is scheduled to run from 1:00pm to 1:40pm. 

 

 

 

Image credit: Kind permission to use the image Einstein's Speed Limit has been given by Andrew Fraser.