Self-Consistent Maxwell-Schrödinger Theory

Perturbation methods are powerful semi-analytical methods that can serve for describing physical phenomenon at the regimes of weak interactions. We investigate the domain of degrees of freedom, involving electron-light interactions, and search for parameters for which perturbation analysis as well as eikonal approximations breaks down. As a results of it, an emerging class of physical phenomenon are explored. For this purpose, we develop self-consistent Maxwell-Schrödinger and Maxwell-Dirac numerical toolboxes.

Selected Publications:

[1] N. Talebi and C. Lienau
“Interference between quantum paths in coherent Kapitza-Dirac effect,”
New J. Phys. accepted (2019)
DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/ab3ce3

[2] N. Talebi
“Electron-light interactions beyond the adiabatic approximation: recoil engineering and spectral interferometry,”
Adv. Phys.: X 3 (1), 1499438 (2018), Taylor & Francis Online, Invited Review Paper.
DOI:10.1080/23746149.2018.1499438

[3] N. Talebi
“Schrödinger electrons interacting with optical gratings: quantum mechanical study of the inverse Smith Purcell effect,”
New J. Phys. 18 (2016) 123006.
DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/18/12/123006