The Scientific Committee at the Physics Department organized its first seminar in the Department for this academic year 1436 / 1437 AH. The seminar was entitled:
"Theory of Quantum Optics and Information"
Assistant Prof. Dr. Kamal Abdeljawad Baradah gave this seminar -. It was on Tuesday, 23 Dhu al-Hijjah, 1436 AH - 06 October, 2015 g, at 11:00 a.m. it lasted half an hour. The seminar was concluded by remarks and questions from the audience.
The speaker began by telling the history of the emergence and evolution of the science of quantum optics and the theory of quantum information. Then he mentioned the main points on which the Theory of Quantum Optics and Information depends; and it is basically based on the control principle of electron spin and photon polarization by defining its quantum matrix. He gave examples about matrix structure of quantum cases expressed algebraically and the conditions of its exchange, which include total energy and quantum cases as individual values. Several staff members of the department took part in the discussion, which included among different points the applied side of the conditions of releasing the laser concerning atomic transmittances and some computational aspects.
This seminar is part of a weekly series seminars organized by the Scientific Committee inthe Physics Department and presented by staff members of the department and researchers from other research bodies. These seminars aim at motivating scientific research in the department and informing its members of the latest developments in physics sciences in various fields.
It is worth mentioning here that these seminars are open to all university staff including instructors, employees and students.
For more information about the presented seminar you may see the summary below:
Optic quantum is an explanation of several phenomena and behaviors of light interaction with matter. In 1980s, theoretical studies realized the possibility of studying the interaction between atoms and individual types of electro-magnetic ranges. In a more thorough study, the interactions between light and material became very important among scientists either theoretically or experimentally because of its useful applications for future technological development of quantum mechanism. The huge and rapid development of optic quantum emerging from basic issues and assumptions of quantum theory is the prominent and most important device in transferring and processing information. Therefore, studying the features of quantum connections to a wide range of quantum systems, whether pure or mixed, taking into consideration the various methods such as regular correlated cases and the correlated cases defined by the law of exponential effort, will have an important role in describing optimal and real laser cases.