 "The expertise of Paul shows in the easy transitions made between discussions of theory and experiment, particularly in subjects related to quantum optics." M.C. Ogilvie, Choice Magazine
Providing a deeper understanding of the microscopic world through quantum theory, this supplementary text covers a wider range of topics than conventional textbooks. Emphasis is given to modern achievements such as entanglement, quantum teleportation, and BoseEinstein condensation. Macroscopic quantum effects of practical relevance, for example superconductivity and the quantum Hall effect, are also described. The author discusses the exciting prospects for quantum computing in the future.
About the Author Harry Paul is a retired Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Institute of Physics, Humboldt University Berlin. His research interests are in nuclear physics and quantum theory, especially laser theory, nonlinear optics and quantum optics. 


