Particles, Astrophysics and Nuclear Physics Seminar

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
2:00pm – 3:00pm

Storrs Campus
Physics Building, P121

Renan Cabrera, Andre G. Campos, Denys I. Bondar, Princeton University

Control of relativistic wave packets through the Dirac equation and classical limit

The Dirac equation, one of the most famous equations in physics, is finding new applications beyond high energy physics. Nevertheless, the ability to find analytic solutions remains a difficult problem. Even more challenging, achieving quantum control requires time-dependent dynamics involving electric and magnetic fields obeying Maxwell's equations. In this talk we present a variety of exact solutions of the Dirac equation including the steering of coherent relativistic wave-packets and the corresponding classical limits. Additionally, we also present analytic solutions of the nonlinear Dirac equation.

Contact:

Prof. Philip Mannheim

Physics Department (primary), UConn Master Calendar