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Corveira Rodrigues, I.C. (author)
This thesis explores the coupling of microwave cavities containing a Superconducting QUantum Interference Device (SQUID) to a mechanical resonator by means of a flux-mediated optomechanical coupling scheme, and to a Radio-Frequency (RF) circuit via a photon-pressure interaction. While flux-mediated optomechanical systems open the door for the...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Forsch, M. (author)
In cavity optomechanics, optical fields are coupled to the displacement of mechanical resonators. While it is interesting to study fundamental aspects of this interaction, it is the ability to link this mechanical displacement to various other degrees of freedom that inspires many applications in the field. In these applications, the mechanical...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Leeuwenhoek, M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2020
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Wallucks, A. (author)
Cavity Optomechanics is a field employing optical control over mechanical oscillators with a variety of possible applications for sensing, optical signal processing as well as quantum technologies. Such systems are attractive because they are often fully engineerable and can be tailored to specific applications by allowing a large range of...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Marinkovic, I. (author)
This thesis explores the possibility of controlling the quantum states of high frequency mechanical resonators using infra-red laser pulses. Chapter 1 gives an overview of quantum technologies based on mechanical resonators relevant for this thesis. Chapter 2 provides the basics of the theoretical background of optomechanics. The Hamiltonian...
doctoral thesis 2019
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