Cavity Optomechanics: Back-Action at the Mesoscale. T. J. Kippenberg1,*,†,; K. J. Vahala2,*. 1 Max Planck Institute für Quantenoptik, Recent experiments have reached a regime where the back- action of photons caused by radiation pressure can influence the optomechanical dynamics, giving . Cavity Optomechanics: Backaction-Cooling of Mechanical Oscillators Kippenberg, T. J. & Vahala, K. J. Cavity Optomechanics: Backaction at the mesoscale.
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