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Observation of energy-difference conservation in optical domain -- ScienceDaily

Science News from research organizations 1 . 2 . Observation of energy-difference conservation in optical domain . Date: September 23, 2021 Source: Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH) Summary: A research team proposes an efficient experimental platform for non-Hermitian physics research. Share: FULL STORY When optical gain or loss are precisely controlled using nanophotonics, a new physical event called the non-Hermitian phenomenon can be observed, potentially the next-generation technology of optical signal control and sensing. However, it is difficult to control the optical gain and loss in optical experiments precisely. advertisement Recently, a research team led by Professor Heedeuk Shin of the Department of Physics at POSTECH, in collaboration with a research team led by Professor Jae Woong Yoon of the Department of Physics at Hanyang University, proposed an easy-to-use approach to non-Hermitian optical research and observed the energy-difference conservation in the optical domain for the first time. The Hermitian-Hamiltonian operator has been used for a long time as a basic operating principle of quantum physics, assuming that there is no energy loss in a closed system. However, all physical systems in an open system have energy loss, which is treated as a simple imperfection and compensated by amplification. However, the recently emerging field of non-Hermitian physics extends the basic operating principle by giving gain and loss a new role other than simple correction to incomplete systems. Demonstrating physical phenomena different from those of the standard Hermitian-Hamiltonian dynamics is attracting attention as the next generation signal and energy control technology. Among the non-Hermitian physical systems, anti-parity-time (APT) symmetry systems consisting of balanced gain and loss can induce symmetry-breaking transitions that occur at an exceptional point, energy-difference conservation, and synchronized power oscillations. However, optical energy-difference conservation and synchronized power oscillation have not yet been observed due to the difficulty of balancing perfectly optical gain and loss. To this, the researchers produced an APT symmetry platform based on nonlinear four-wave-mixing (FWM) using optical fibers widely used in optical communication. Using optical fibers enabled a simple experimental device with an elongated interaction length with little energy loss, which has been difficult to access even in nano-photonics due to the fabrication limitations. Using the proposed method, the researchers observed synchronized oscillations of optical intensity thanks to the long optical fibers as well as symmetry-breaking transitions at an exceptional point. In addition, using the low loss and nonlinearity of optical fibers, the energy-difference conservation -- a unique behavior of the APT symmetry systems -- was observed for the first time in the optical domain. "This study provides an efficient experimental framework for research on non-Hermitian physics," explained Professor Heedeuk Shin of POSTECH. "It will contribute to higher-level non-Hermitian research and become an important stepping stone for interdisciplinary research including materials development and quantum information science." Story Source: Materials provided by Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH) . Note: Content may be edited for style and length. Journal Reference : Sebae Park, Dongjin Lee, Kyungdeuk Park, Heedeuk Shin, Youngsun Choi, Jae Woong Yoon. Optical Energy-Difference Conservation in a Synthetic Anti-PT-Symmetric System . Physical Review Letters , 2021; 127 (8) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.127.083601 . Cite This Page : MLA . APA . Chicago . Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH). "Observation of energy-difference conservation in optical domain." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 23 September 2021. . Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH). (2021, September 23). Observation of energy-difference conservation in optical domain. ScienceDaily . Retrieved September 23, 2021 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/09/210923115645.htm Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH). "Observation of energy-difference conservation in optical domain." 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