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Publication List of Jens Uwe Nöckel

  1. Conductance quantization and backscattering J.U.Nöckel, Physical Review B 45, 14225 (1992)
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  2. Resonances in Quantum Dot Transport J.U.Nöckel, Physical Review B 46, 15348 (1992)
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  3. Adiabatic turn-on and the asymptotic limit in linear response theory for open conductors J.U.Nöckel, A.D.Stone and H.U.Baranger, Physical Review B 48, 17569 (1993)
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  4. Q spoiling and directionality in deformed ring cavities J.U.Nöckel, A.D.Stone and R.K.Chang, Optics Letters 19, 1693 (1994)
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  5. Resonance lineshapes in quasi-one-dimensional scattering J.U.Nöckel and A.D.Stone, Physical Review B 50, 17415 (1994)
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  6. Fano resonances in transport across a quantum well in a tilted magnetic field J.U.Nöckel and A.D.Stone, Physical Review B 51, 17219 (1995)
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  7. Ray chaos and Q-spoiling in lasing droplets A.Mekis, J.U.Nöckel, G.Chen, A.D.Stone and R.K.Chang, Phys.Rev.Lett. 75, 2682 (1995)
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  8. Chaotic Light: a theory of asymmetric cavity resonators J.U.Nöckel and A.D.Stone, in Optical Processes in Microcavities, edited by R.K.Chang and A.J.Campillo (World Scientific Publishers, 1996)
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  9. Directional emission from asymmetric resonant cavities J.U.Nöckel, A.D.Stone, G. Chen, H. Grossman and R.K.Chang, Opt. Lett. 21, 1609 (1996)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:physics/9806021
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  10. Ray and wave chaos in asymmetric resonant cavities J.U.Nöckel and A.D.Stone, Nature 385, 45 (1997)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:chao-dyn/9806017
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  11. Dynamical tunneling in optical cavities G.Hackenbroich and J.U.Nöckel, Europhys.Lett. 39, 371 (1997)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:chao-dyn/9806020 EPL archive
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  12. Asymmetric Resonant Optical Cavities A.D.Stone and J.U.Nöckel, in Optics in 1997, edited by B.Guenther, special issue of Optics and Photonics News 8, page 37 (December 1997)
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  13. AC Transport with reservoirs of finite width J.U.Nöckel and K.Richter,
    Physica E 1, 317 (1998)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:cond-mat/9709332
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  14. High power directional emission from lasers with chaotic resonators C.Gmachl, F.Capasso, E.E.Narimanov, J.U.Nöckel A.D.Stone, J.Faist, D.Sivco and A.Cho, Science 280, 1556 (1998)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:cond-mat/9806183
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  15. Classical phase space structure in optical microcavities J.U.Nöckel, Yearbook of the MPI-PKS 1996-1997 (1998)
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  16. Mikrolaser als Photonen-Billard: wie Chaos ans Licht kommt J.U.Nöckel, Physikalische Blätter 54, 927 (1998)
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  17. Hexagonal microlasers based on organic dyes in nanoporous crystals I.Braun, G.Ihlein, F.Laeri, J.U.Nöckel, G.Schulz-Ekloff, F.Schüth, U.Vietze, Ö.Weiß and D.Wöhrle, Appl.Phys.B 70, 335 (2000)
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  18. The sequential-reflection model in deformed dielectric cavities M.Hentschel and J.U.Nöckel, in Quantum Optics of Small Structures, edited by D.Lenstra, T.D.Visser and K.A.H.van Leeuwen (Edita KNAW, Amsterdam, 2000)
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  19. Observation of emission from chaotic lasing modes in deformed microsperes: displacement by the stable orbit modes S.S.Chang, J.U.Nöckel, R.K.Chang and A.D.Stone, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 17, 1828 (2000)
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  20. Laser aus dem Quantenchaos J.U.Nöckel, Physik in unserer Zeit 2/2000, p. 79
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  21. The mode structure of microcrystal and microdroplet lasers J.U.Nöckel, Yearbook of the MPI-PKS, 1998-99
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  22. Nanoporous compound materials for optical applications - Microlasers and microresonators F. Laeri and J.U. Nöckel, in Handbook of Advanced Electronic and Photonic Materials, edited by H.S.Nalwa (Academic Press, San Diego, 2001)
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  23. Mode structure and ray dynamics of a parabolic dome microcavity J.U. Nöckel, G. Bourdon, E. Le Ru, R. Adams, I. Robert, J.-M. Moison and I. Abram, Phys.Rev.E 62, 8677 (2000)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:physics/0101011
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  24. Angular momentum localization in oval billiards J.U.Nöckel, Physica Scripta T 90, 263 (2001)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:nlin.CD/0203042
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  25. Optical feedback and the coupling problem in semiconductor microdisk lasers J.U.Nöckel, physica status solidi (a) 188, 921 (2001)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:physics/0203062
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  26. 2d microcavities: theory and experiment J.U.Nöckel and R.K.Chang, in Cavity-Enhanced spectroscopies, edited by R.D. van Zee and J.P.Looney (Vol. 40 of "Experimental Methods in the Physical Sciences", Academic Press, 2002), pp. 185-226
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  27. Directional tunnel escape from nearly spherical optical resonators Scott Lacey, Hailin Wang, David H. Foster and Jens U. Nöckel, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 033902 (2003)
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  28. Surface plasmon polariton propagation around bends at a metal - dielectric interface K. Hasegawa, J. U. Nöckel and M. Deutsch, Appl. Phys. Lett. 84, 1835 (2004)
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  29. Methods for 3-D vector microcavity problems involving a planar dielectric mirror David H. Foster and J. U. Nöckel, Opt. Commun. 234, 351-383 (2004)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:physics/0406102
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  30. Spatial and polarization structure in micro-domes: effects of a Bragg mirror David H. Foster and J. U. Nöckel, in Laser Resonators and Beam Contol VII, edited by Alexis V. Kudryashov and Alan H. Paxton, Proceedings of SPIE 5333, 195-203 (2004)
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  31. Bragg-induced orbital angular-momentum mixing in paraxial high-finesse cavities David H. Foster and J. U. Nöckel, Opt. Lett. 29, 2788 (2004)
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  32. Quantenchaos in neuer Optik J. U. Nöckel, Physik Journal 8/9, 2005, p. 23
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  33. Dome-shaped microresonators and the Born-Oppenheimer method J. U. Nöckel and David H. Foster, in Laser Resonators and Beam Contol IX, edited by Alexis V. Kudryashov, Alan H. Paxton and V. S. Ilchenko, Proceedings of SPIE 64520V, published online Feb. 14, 2007
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  34. Goos-Hänchen induced vector eigenmodes in a dome cavity David H. Foster, J. U. Nöckel and Andrew K. Cook, Opt. Lett. 32, 1764 (2007)
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  35. Curvature-induced radiation of surface plasmon polaritons propagating around bends Keisuke Hasegawa, J. U. Nöckel and Miriam Deutsch, Phys. Rev. A 75, 063816 (2007)
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  36. Modified Gouy phase in optical resonators with mixed boundary conditions, via the Born-Oppenheimer method J. U. Nöckel, Optics Express 15, 5761-5774 (2007)
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  37. Degenerate perturbation theory describing the mixing of orbital angular momentum modes in Fabry-Pérot cavity resonators David H. Foster, Andrew K. Cook and J. U. Nöckel, Phys. Rev. A 79 (Rapid Commun.), 011803 (2009)
    Abstract PDF arXiv:physics/0901.0289
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