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Super- and subradiance of clock atoms in multimode optical waveguides
New Journal of Physics
The transversely confined propagating modes of an optical fiber mediate virtually infinite range energy exchanges among atoms placed within their field, which adds to the inherent free space dipole-dipole coupling. Typically, the single atom free space decay rate largely surpasses the emission rate into the guided fiber modes. However, scaling up the atom number as well as the system size amounts to entering a collective emission regime, where fiber-induced superradiant spontaneous emissiondoi:10.1088/1367-2630/ab05fb fatcat:adlzrplg7zgkhdzd62ueuy7ife