(none right now)
- Microwave optomechanics of the transversal carbon nanotube vibration
This DFG-funded Heisenberg project is the direct continuation of ongoing work in Regensburg. We have
recently demonstrated strong enhancement of the optomechanical coupling between a suspended carbon nanotube
and a superconducting coplanar microwave resonator. Objective of the project is the detection and control of the
nanomechanical motion of such a single macromolecule towards its quantum limit, and research into the interplay of
single electron transport and nano- / optomechanics – all the way towards quantum state transfer between single
electron, mechanical, and microwave degrees of freedom.
For more information, see the linked PDF file.
MSc projects (Regensburg students only)
BSc / SHK projects (Regensburg students only)
Please ask me / bitte nachfragen!!!