Thomas Walther
Thomas Walther
Institute for Applied Physics, TU Darmstadt
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Proposal for a loophole-free test of the Bell inequalities
ES Fry, T Walther, S Li
Physical Review A 52 (6), 4381, 1995
Quantum [Un] speakables: From bell to quantum information
RA Bertlmann, A Zeilinger
Springer, 2002
Preparation of a pure number state and measurement of the photon statistics in a high-Q micromaser
J Krause, MO Scully, T Walther, H Walther
Physical Review A 39 (4), 1915, 1989
Atom-at-a-time laser resonance ionization spectroscopy of nobelium
M Laatiaoui, W Lauth, H Backe, M Block, D Ackermann, B Cheal, ...
Nature 538 (7626), 495-498, 2016
Temperature dependence of the Brillouin linewidth in water
E FRY, J Katz, D Liu, T Walther
journal of modern optics 49 (3-4), 411-418, 2002
Probing sizes and shapes of nobelium isotopes by laser spectroscopy
S Raeder, D Ackermann, H Backe, R Beerwerth, JC Berengut, M Block, ...
Physical Review Letters 120 (23), 232503, 2018
A novel approach to a Brillouin–LIDAR for remote sensing of the ocean temperature
A Popescu, K Schorstein, T Walther
Applied Physics B 79 (8), 955-961, 2004
Generation of Fourier-transform-limited 35-ns pulses with a ramp-hold-fire seeding technique in a Ti: sapphire laser
T Walther, MP Larsen, ES Fry
Applied optics 40 (18), 3046-3050, 2001
Precision measurement of the first ionization potential of nobelium
P Chhetri, D Ackermann, H Backe, M Block, B Cheal, C Droese, ...
Physical Review Letters 120 (26), 263003, 2018
Linewidth of a quantum-cascade laser assessed from its frequency noise spectrum and impact of the current driver
L Tombez, S Schilt, J Di Francesco, T Führer, B Rein, T Walther, ...
Applied Physics B 109 (3), 407-414, 2012
On an ESFADOF edge-filter for a range resolved Brillouin-lidar: The high vapor density and high pump intensity regime
A Popescu, T Walther
Applied Physics B 98 (4), 667-675, 2010
Actively controlled tuning of an external cavity diode laser by polarization spectroscopy
T Führer, D Stang, T Walther
Optics express 17 (7), 4991-4996, 2009
On an excited state Faraday anomalous dispersion optical filter at moderate pump powers for a Brillouin-lidar receiver system
A Popescu, D Walldorf, K Schorstein, T Walther
Optics communications 264 (2), 475-481, 2006
Towards a versatile point-of-care system combining femtosecond laser generated microfluidic channels and direct laser written microneedle arrays
A Trautmann, GL Roth, B Nujiqi, T Walther, R Hellmann
Microsystems & Nanoengineering 5 (1), 1-9, 2019
Laboratory demonstration of a Brillouin lidar to remotely measure temperature profiles of the ocean
A Rudolf, T Walther
Optical Engineering 53 (5), 051407, 2014
Stabilizing a Fabry–Perot Etalon Peak to 3 cm s-1 for Spectrograph Calibration
C Schwab, J Stuermer, YV Gurevich, T Fuehrer, SK Lamoreaux, T Walther, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 127 (955), 880, 2015
Diode-laser-based ultraviolet absorption sensor for nitric oxide
SF Hanna, R Barron-Jimenez, TN Anderson, RP Lucht, JA Caton, ...
Applied Physics B 75 (1), 113-117, 2002
Four-level atomic coherence and cw VUV lasers
ES Fry, MD Lukin, T Walther, GR Welch
Optics communications 179 (1-6), 499-504, 2000
On the potential of Faraday anomalous dispersion optical filters as high-resolution edge filters
A Popescu, T Walther
Laser physics 15 (1), 55-60, 2005
Depth-resolved temperature measurements of water using the Brillouin lidar technique
K Schorstein, ES Fry, T Walther
Applied Physics B 97 (4), 931-934, 2009
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