Edgar Samuel Arroyo Rivera

Edgar Samuel Arroyo Rivera
University of Rochester | UR · Department of Physics and Astronomy

Ph.D. Student in Physics

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Introduction
Edgar Samuel Arroyo Rivera is currently a fourth-year Ph.D. in Physics student at the University of Rochester. Also, studied a M.Sc. in Optics at the Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE). Edgar does research in Quantum Computing, Quantum Physics and Nonlinear Optics. His most recent publication is 'Von Neumann Entropy in a Cross Cavity.'
Additional affiliations
August 2017 - present
University of Rochester
Position
  • PhD Student
August 2015 - May 2017
Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE)
Position
  • Master's Student
Description
  • Thesis: Micromaser in a novel cavity
Education
August 2008 - August 2014
Autonomous University of Nuevo León
Field of study
  • Optics and Photonics

Publications

Publications (8)
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The Wigner function appeared to discuss the quantum correction of thermodynamic equilibrium, and it has become a tool for the analysis of quantum systems, especially the harmonic oscillator, which states describe the quantum field in a cavity. We discuss a matrix approach for the computation of the Wigner function. The numerical techniques here dis...
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Coherence goes through the Classical and the Quantum domains and a complete QED analysis for a coupled Field Atom remains to be carried out. In CQED, in particular the single mode Jaynes Cummings Model, there is no realistic way to explore it. However, our recent work on the JCM in a Cross cavity shows such a capability: We explore not only the fie...
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We discuss the entropy between a two-level atom and a cross-cavity resulting in an extended lifetime of the entanglement.
Conference Paper
The idle role of the photonic dark state of the X-Cavity JCM is quite an interesting feature because arises from the dipole orientation. We discuss the zero Rabi flopping in its presence and discuss its evidence.
Conference Paper
The photonic dark state of the X-Cavity JCM is one of the interesting joint features of the orthogonal single cavity modes pair. We test its quantum nature by introducing a second Two Level Atom.
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A noncontact optical fiber sensor for measuring the refractive index of transparent liquids is proposed. It operates by calculating the path of a focused laser beam at 635 nm that travels across the boundaries of a liquid sample. The optical power Fresnel reflections are detected and, subsequently, the refractive index is determined as the ratio be...
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We analyze the Wigner function desribing thee cavity field in the x-cavity.We analyze the coherence properties of the quantum field in a two-dimensional matter-field interaction model. Such properties are discussed through the Wigner function and the expected value of the quadrature operators
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This works describes a novel optical refraction index sensor which is based on the analysis of double reflection lecture detection. This process initially identifies the thickness of a semitransparent solid o liquid material by the retro-reflection of a laser diode at 633nm as a function of distance along the device under test with a Z-axis scanner...

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