When tuned on resonance, two strongly coupled modes exhibit an avoided crossing with a splitting exceeding the linewidth of the two modes. The underlying coupling mechanisms can be manifold, and include dielectrically induced coupling, or coupling mediated by strain in a joint substrate or clamping point. We are striving to control the coupling strength both within a single and between neighboring resonators, with the goal to realize nanomechanical resonator networks.
See: Faust et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 037205 (2012), Gajo et al., arXiv:1707.02926, Doster et al., in preparation
Funding and Duration
Technische Universität München TUM
TUM: Prof. Eva Weig,
Doctorial Candidates: N.N.