Feedback Control of Quantum Optomechanical Systems


We show how the performance of a multi-mode optomechanical systems formed by one or more optical cavity modes coupled to a set of high-Q nanomechanical membrane can be controlled and improved both in the classical and in the... [ view full abstract ]


  1. David Vitali (University of Camerino)
  2. Giovanni Di Giuseppe (University of Camerino)
  3. Riccardo Natali (University of Camerino)
  4. Nenad Kralj (University of Camerino)
  5. Stefano Zippilli (University of Camerino)
  6. Massimiliano Rossi (University of Copenhagen)
  7. Paolo Piergentili (University of Camerino)
  8. Nicola Malossi (University of Camerino)
  9. Mateusz Bawaj (University of Camerino)
  10. Letizia Catalini (University of Camerino)

Topic Areas

Quantum sensors and quantum metrology , Fundamental science for quantum technologies , Quantum optics and non-classical light sources


OS1b-A » Quantum sensors and quantum metrology (16:40 - Wednesday, 5th September, Auditorium)

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