- In the presentation, I discuss new approaches to frequency conversion of electromagnetic fields using optomechanical interaction. The main figure of merit we are trying to optimize is the transduction bandwidth. I show that the bandwidth can be enhanced by using spatially adiabatic state transfer in an array of conventional optomechanical transducers.
- — Ondrej Cernotik (@cernotik)Fri, Mar 10 2017 14:17:01Light is ideal for quantum communication owing to low losses and noise. For quantum networks, we need some link between the two. #dpgmz17
- — Ondrej Cernotik (@cernotik)Fri, Mar 10 2017 14:21:01Highly efficient transduction is possible using adiabatic state transfer. At each site, we convert a tiny part of the signal. #dpgmz17
- — Ondrej Cernotik (@cernotik)Fri, Mar 10 2017 14:22:06Transducer bandwidth can be increased by increasing the array size. Adiabaticity is an approx; bigger array → better approximation #dpgmz17
- — Ondrej Cernotik (@cernotik)Fri, Mar 10 2017 14:23:00Reflection from a large number of cavities introduces a phase shift. This can be a problem for some (but not all) applications. #dpgmz17
- — Ondrej Cernotik (@cernotik)Fri, Mar 10 2017 14:24:14High conversion efficiency is possible in presence of losses and noise. Quantum systems always have losses; we can keep them small #dpgmz17
Novel approaches to optomechanical transduction
Live-tweeted version of a talk I gave at the Spring meeting of German Physical Society in Mainz on March 10, 2017.
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