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Multiphysics Simulation of Nonlinear Optomechanical Coupling in Microstructured Resonant Cavities

Matteo Stocchi; Davide Mencarelli; Luca Pierantoni

The interfacing between optical cavities and mechanical systems has given rise to the rapid development of cavity optomechanics, which aims to confine light into small volumes by means of high-Q resonant recirculation [1], [2]. The purpose of an optomechanical system is to investigate the interaction of light with a mechanical oscillator. Its highly interdisciplinary nature leads to several potential applications in various fields of research, especially in quantum processing.

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