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This quantity offers the written models of papers that have been introduced on the 3rd Rochester convention on Coherence and Quantum Optics, hung on the campus of the college of Rochester through the 3 days of June 21-23, 1972. The convention used to be a sequel to 2 previous conferences dedicated to a similar box of contemporary physics, that have been additionally held in Rochester in 1960 and in 1966. The scope of the convention was once mostly restrained to uncomplicated professional blems within the basic zone of optical coherence and quantum optics, and excluded engineering functions which are good coated by way of different conferences. nearly 250 scientists from nine nations participated, such a lot of whom are lively employees within the box. Alto gether seventy two papers, together with 26 invited papers, have been provided in 17 periods. The papers dealt normally with the themes of resonant pulse propagation, lasers, quantum electrodynamics and replacement theories, optical coherence, coherence results in spontaneous emis sion, gentle scattering, optical correlation and fluctuation degree ments, coherent mild interactions and quantum noise. this system used to be geared up via a committee along with N. Bloembergen (Harvard college) J. H. Eberly (University of Rochester) E. L. Hahn (University of California at Berkeley) H. Haken (University of Stuttgart, Germany) M. Lax (City university of recent York) B. J. Thompson (University of Rochester) L. Mandel (University of Rochester) }J'oint secretaries E.
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Coherence and Quantum Optics: Proceedings of the Third Rochester Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics held at the University of Rochester, June 21–23, 1972 by E. L. Hahn (auth.), Leonard Mandel, Emil Wolf (eds.)