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  Dynamics of coupled multimode and hybrid optomechanical systems

Heinrich, G., Ludwig, M., Wua, H., Hammerer, K., & Marquardt, F. (2011). Dynamics of coupled multimode and hybrid optomechanical systems. Comptes Rendus Physique, 12(9–10), 837-847.

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Alternative Title : Dynamique de systèmes optomécaniques hybrides et multimodes

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Heinrich, Georg, Author
Ludwig, Max, Author
Wua, Huaizhi, Author
Hammerer, Klemens1, Author
Marquardt, Florian, Author
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 Abstract: Recent experimental developments have brought into focus optomechanical systems containing multiple optical and mechanical modes interacting with each other. Examples include a setup with a movable membrane between two end-mirrors and “optomechanical crystal” devices that support localized optical and mechanical modes in a photonic crystal type structure. We discuss how mechanical driving of such structures results in coherent photon transfer between optical modes, and how the physics of Landau–Zener–Stueckelberg oscillations arises in this context. Another area where multiple modes are involved are hybrid systems. There, we review the recent proposal of a single atom whose mechanical motion is coupled to a membrane via the light field. This is a special case of the general principle of cavity-mediated mechanical coupling. Such a setup would allow the well-developed tools of atomic physics to be employed to access the quantum state of the ‘macroscopic’ mechanical mode of the membrane.

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Pages: - Volume / Issue: 12 (9–10) Sequence Number: - Start / End Page: 837 - 847 Identifier: -