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The use of optimally tailored pulses helped to minimize the harmful three-photon ﬂuorescence from the amino acid l-Tryptophan, without a signiﬁcant loss of useful two-photon ﬂuorescence from a green ﬂuorescence protein. Optimally shaped supercontinuum pulses from a microstructure ﬁber were used in TPEF microscopy in another experimental study . The pulse was shaped prior to propagation through the ﬁber, and AFC maximized the ﬂuorescence signal contrast between two ﬂuorescent proteins. A novel phase modulation technique for ultrabroadband laser pulses was developed for selective excitation of multiple ﬂuorophores in TPEF microscopy .
E. AFC of Photodissociation Reactions in Molecules A long-standing goal of photochemistry is selective control of molecular fragmentation. During the last decade, AFC employing shaped femtosecond laser pulses has achieved signiﬁcant successes toward meeting this goal [8, 9, 12]. Selective quantum control of photodissociation reactions in molecules using AFC was ﬁrst demonstrated by Gerber and coworkers in 1998 . They studied photodissociation of an organometallic complex and employed AFC to maximize and minimize the branching ratio of two fragmentation products.
Each particular set of controls, ξ ∈ C, induces the corresponding time evolution of the system through the Kraus map ξ,t that transforms an initial state ρ0 into the state ρ(t) = ξ,t ρ0 at time t. An open quantum system with Kraus-map evolution is called dynamically controllable in the set SD of states if for any pair of states ρ1 ∈ SD and ρ2 ∈ SD , there exists a set of controls ξ ∈ C and a ﬁnite time T , such that the resulting Kraus map ξ,T transforms ρ1 into ρ2 : ρ2 = ξ,T ρ1 . An open quantum system is called Kraus-map controllable if the set C of all available controls can generate any Kraus map from the identity map I.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 148 by Stuart A. Rice, Aaron R. Dinner