Cette option est proposée par le master ICFP et ouverte aux étudiants de LUMI

Période  (janvier et mars)

Enseignants : Pierre-François Cohadon (LKB, ENS) et Samuel Deleglise (LKB, SU)

Description :

Although quantum physics is primarily applied to microscopic systems such as atoms or particles, it can also describe the behavior of much more macroscopic, “man-made” systems such as  mechanical oscillators. Once considered exclusively a subject of fundamental research, these artificial quantum systems are now also regarded as being among the most promising for quantum technologies, and in particular quantum-enhanced computing and sensing. The goal of these lectures is to give an introduction to their physics and applications.

Mechanical resonators and Optomechanics
• Vibration modes in continuous media and microresonators
• Noise in physics experiments. Thermal noise
• Quantum sidebands. Quantum-limited position sensing
• Hamiltonian approach to optomechanics
• Quantum effects in optomechanics


Lieu : Jussieu salle 210 1er étage Tour 13 couloir 13-23

Présentation Optomecanique

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