2016 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering contributions to Rydberg atom physics, that have helped illustrate basic concepts of quantum physics, explore the quantum to classical boundary, and open new routes in quantum information processing
2011 - Member of Academia Europaea
1998 - Ampère Prize (Prix Ampère de l’Électricité de France), French Academy of Sciences
Jean-Michel Raimond mainly focuses on Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Photon, Rydberg atom and Atomic physics. His Quantum mechanics research focuses on Quantum electrodynamics and how it connects with Coherence. The various areas that Jean-Michel Raimond examines in his Quantum study include Mesoscopic physics and Observable.
As a part of the same scientific family, Jean-Michel Raimond mostly works in the field of Photon, focusing on Wave function and, on occasion, Pair production, EPR paradox and Quantum nonlocality. The Rydberg atom study combines topics in areas such as Fock state and Rabi cycle. His research in Atomic physics intersects with topics in Coherent control, Atom, Atomic electron transition and Rydberg formula.
Jean-Michel Raimond focuses on Quantum mechanics, Rydberg atom, Atomic physics, Cavity quantum electrodynamics and Photon. In most of his Quantum mechanics studies, his work intersects topics such as Quantum electrodynamics. His Rydberg atom research incorporates elements of Spontaneous emission, Maser, Field, Atom and Coherent states.
His research integrates issues of Rabi cycle, Vacuum Rabi oscillation and Rydberg formula, Rydberg state in his study of Atomic physics. His Cavity quantum electrodynamics research includes themes of Quantum entanglement, Quantum simulator, Quantum sensor, Quantum optics and Qubit. His studies in Photon integrate themes in fields like Quantum state and Interferometry.
His primary areas of investigation include Rydberg atom, Quantum mechanics, Atomic physics, Cavity quantum electrodynamics and Rydberg formula. His Rydberg atom research incorporates themes from Angular momentum, Qubit, Quantum simulator, Quantum limit and Microwave. His Quantum mechanics study is mostly concerned with Quantum, Photon, Quantum decoherence, Quantum state and Quantum Zeno effect.
His work on Excited state as part of general Atomic physics study is frequently linked to Polarizability, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Cavity quantum electrodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Microwave cavity and Quantum sensor. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Rydberg formula, Quantum technology and Dissipative system is strongly linked to Quantum information.
Jean-Michel Raimond mostly deals with Rydberg atom, Quantum mechanics, Cavity quantum electrodynamics, Rydberg formula and Quantum. Jean-Michel Raimond has included themes like Computational physics, Angular momentum, Amplitude, Quantum simulator and Quantum limit in his Rydberg atom study. His research links Classical mechanics with Quantum mechanics.
His Cavity quantum electrodynamics research integrates issues from Quantum system and Photon. His research in Rydberg formula intersects with topics in Quantum information and Atomic physics. His Quantum research focuses on subjects like Microwave cavity, which are linked to Harmonic oscillator.
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Manipulating quantum entanglement with atoms and photons in a cavity
J. M. Raimond;M. Brune;S. Haroche.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2001)
Observing the Progressive Decoherence of the 'Meter' in a Quantum Measurement
M. Brune;E. Hagley;J. Dreyer;X. Maître.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Observation of cavity-enhanced single-atom spontaneous emission
P. Goy;J. M. Raimond;M. Gross;S. Haroche.
Physical Review Letters (1983)
Generation of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Pairs of Atoms
E. Hagley;X. Maître;G. Nogues;C. Wunderlich.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
Manipulation of photons in a cavity by dispersive atom-field coupling: Quantum-nondemolition measurements and generation of "Schrödinger cat" states.
M. Brune;S. Haroche;J. M. Raimond;L. Davidovich.
Physical Review A (1992)
Step-by-Step Engineered Multiparticle Entanglement
Arno Rauschenbeutel;Gilles Nogues;Stefano Osnaghi;Patrice Bertet.
Coherent Control of an Atomic Collision in a Cavity
S. Osnaghi;Patrice Bertet;Alexia Auffeves;Paolo Maioli.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
Realization of a two-photon maser oscillator.
M. Brune;J. M. Raimond;P. Goy;L. Davidovich.
Physical Review Letters (1987)
Coherent Operation of a Tunable Quantum Phase Gate in Cavity QED
A. Rauschenbeutel;G. Nogues;S. Osnaghi;P. Bertet.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Very low threshold whispering-gallery-mode microsphere laser.
V V Sandoghdar;F Treussart;J Hare;V V Lefèvre-Seguin.
Physical Review A (1996)
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