Armen Sargsyan
Armen Sargsyan
Institute for physical research,Ashtarak 0203, NAS,Armenia
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Cooperative Lamb shift in an atomic vapor layer of nanometer thickness
J Keaveney, A Sargsyan, U Krohn, IG Hughes, D Sarkisyan, CS Adams
Physical review letters 108 (17), 173601, 2012
A novel approach to quantitative spectroscopy of atoms in a magnetic field and applications based on an atomic vapor cell with L= λ
A Sargsyan, G Hakhumyan, A Papoyan, D Sarkisyan, A Atvars, M Auzinsh
Applied Physics Letters 93 (2), 2008
Hyperfine Paschen–Back regime realized in Rb nanocell
A Sargsyan, G Hakhumyan, C Leroy, Y Pashayan-Leroy, A Papoyan, ...
Optics letters 37 (8), 1379-1381, 2012
Three-photon electromagnetically induced transparency using Rydberg states
C Carr, M Tanasittikosol, A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, CS Adams, ...
Optics letters 37 (18), 3858-3860, 2012
Enhanced electric field sensitivity of rf-dressed Rydberg dark states
MG Bason, M Tanasittikosol, A Sargsyan, AK Mohapatra, D Sarkisyan, ...
New Journal of Physics 12 (6), 065015, 2010
Dark-line atomic resonances in a submicron-thin Rb vapor layer
A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, A Papoyan
Physical Review A 73 (3), 033803, 2006
Maximal refraction and superluminal propagation in a gaseous nanolayer
J Keaveney, IG Hughes, A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, CS Adams
Physical review letters 109 (23), 233001, 2012
Collective Lamb shift of a nanoscale atomic vapor layer within a sapphire cavity
T Peyrot, YRP Sortais, A Browaeys, A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, J Keaveney, ...
Physical Review Letters 120 (24), 243401, 2018
Saturated-absorption spectroscopy revisited: atomic transitions in strong magnetic fields (> 20 mT) with a micrometer-thin cell
A Sargsyan, A Tonoyan, R Mirzoyan, D Sarkisyan, AM Wojciechowski, ...
Optics Letters 39 (8), 2270-2273, 2014
Giant modification of atomic transition probabilities induced by a magnetic field: forbidden transitions become predominant
A Sargsyan, A Tonoyan, G Hakhumyan, A Papoyan, E Mariotti, ...
Laser Physics Letters 11 (5), 055701, 2014
Decoupling of hyperfine structure of Cs D1 line in strong magnetic field studied by selective reflection from a nanocell
A Sargsyan, E Klinger, G Hakhumyan, A Tonoyan, A Papoyan, C Leroy, ...
JOSA B 34 (4), 776-784, 2017
Selective reflection from an Rb layer with a thickness below λ/12 and applications
A Sargsyan, A Papoyan, IG Hughes, CS Adams, D Sarkisyan
Optics Letters 42 (8), 1476-1479, 2017
Optical Response of Gas-Phase Atoms at Less than from a Dielectric Surface
KA Whittaker, J Keaveney, IG Hughes, A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, ...
Physical Review Letters 112 (25), 253201, 2014
Complete hyperfine Paschen-Back regime at relatively small magnetic fields realized in potassium nano-cell
A Sargsyan, A Tonoyan, G Hakhumyan, C Leroy, Y Pashayan-Leroy, ...
Europhysics Letters 110 (2), 23001, 2015
Hyperfine Paschen–Back regime in alkali metal atoms: consistency of two theoretical considerations and experiment
A Sargsyan, G Hakhumyan, C Leroy, Y Pashayan-Leroy, A Papoyan, ...
JOSA B 31 (5), 1046-1053, 2014
High contrast D 1 line electromagnetically induced transparency in nanometric-thin rubidium vapor cell
A Sargsyan, C Leroy, Y Pashayan-Leroy, R Mirzoyan, A Papoyan, ...
Applied Physics B 105, 767-774, 2011
Effect of buffer gas on an electromagnetically induced transparency in a ladder system using thermal rubidium vapor
A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, U Krohn, J Keaveney, C Adams
Physical Review A 82 (4), 045806, 2010
Sub-Doppler spectroscopy of cesium vapor layers with nanometric and micrometric thickness
S Cartaleva, S Saltiel, A Sargsyan, D Sarkisyan, D Slavov, P Todorov, ...
JOSA B 26 (11), 1999-2006, 2009
Circular dichroism of magnetically induced transitions for D2 lines of alkali atoms
A Tonoyan, A Sargsyan, E Klinger, G Hakhumyan, C Leroy, M Auzinsh, ...
Europhysics Letters 121 (5), 53001, 2018
Approach to quantitative spectroscopy of atomic vapor in optical nanocells
A Sargsyan, A Amiryan, Y Pashayan-Leroy, C Leroy, A Papoyan, ...
Optics Letters 44 (22), 5533-5536, 2019
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