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Forty years after the first dark resonance experiment: an overview of the COSMA project results / E. Mariotti; G. Bevilacqua; V. Biancalana; R. Cecchi; Y. Dancheva; Alen Khanbekyan; C. Marinelli; L. Moi; L. Stiaccini; S. Cartaleva; C. Andreeva; E. Alipieva; S. Gateva; A. Krasteva; D. Slavov; E. T. Taskova; M. Taslakov; P. Todorov; S. Tsvetkov; A. Wilson Gordon; L. Margalit; W. Gawlik; S. Pustelny; A. Stabrawa; J. Sudyka; A. Wojciechowski; F. Renzoni; C. Deans; S. Hussain; L. Marmugi; D. Rassi; O. Ozun; D. Sarkisyan; H. Azizbekyan; R. Drampyan; Alek. Khanbekyan; R. Mirzoyan; A. Papoyan; A. Sargsyan; S. Shmavonyan; A. Tonoyan; P. N. Ghosh; S. Dey; S. Mitra; B. Ray; K. A. Nasyrov; P. Chapovsky; V. Entin; N. Nikolov; N. Petrov; D. Budker; B. Patton; A. Wickenbrock; E. Zhivun; S. Gozzini

Proceedings Volume 10226, 19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics: Laser Physics and Applications, Volume: 10226, Start page: 102260K

Swansea University Author: Rassi, Dareyoush

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DOI (Published version): 10.1117/12.2264896

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Coherent Optics Sensors for Medical Application (COSMA) was a collaborative European Marie Curie Project running from 2012 to 2016, with the participation of 10 teams from Armenia, Bulgaria, India, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, UK and USA. The main objective was to focus theoretical and experimenta...

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Published in: Proceedings Volume 10226, 19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics: Laser Physics and Applications
ISBN: 9781510609549
ISSN: 0277786X 1996-756X
Published: Sozopol, Bulgaria 19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics: Laser Physics and Applications 2017
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa32881
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Abstract: Coherent Optics Sensors for Medical Application (COSMA) was a collaborative European Marie Curie Project running from 2012 to 2016, with the participation of 10 teams from Armenia, Bulgaria, India, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, UK and USA. The main objective was to focus theoretical and experimental research on biomagnetic phenomena, with the specific aim to develop all-optical sensors capable of detecting biomagnetic fields and suitable for clinical diagnostic applications. The paper presents some of the most recent results obtained during the exchange visits of the scientists involved, after an introduction about the phenomenon which is central to this kind of research and many other new fields in laser spectroscopy, atomic physics and quantum optics: the dark resonance.
Keywords: Coherent Population Trapping, Electromagnetically Induced Transparency, Optical Magnetometry, Nanocell, Coatings, Imaging, All-optical sensors
College: College of Human and Health Sciences
Start Page: 102260K