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August 27th, 2003
EuroConference on Cavity QED and Quantum Fluctuations
The 2003 Quantum Optics conference will focus on cavity quantum electrodynamics and quantum fluctuations, covering a broad range of topics from fundamental concepts of quantum optics to technological developments. Sessions will be devoted to cavity QED, Casimir forces and their impact in nanostructures, quantum information and decoherence phenomena, coherent atomic sources and BEC in atom chips and wave guides. In close connection with these topics a session will address the new emerging field of nano-optics.
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