Events List

DateEvent TypeSpeaker
02/01/2019NYU-CCANYU-CCA [ + ]
02/01/2019ISCISC [ + ]
02/04/2019CCPP Brown BagMichael Unger [ + ]
02/04/2019Blanton Tinker PullenBlanton Tinker Pullen [ + ]
02/05/2019Modjaz Group MtgModjaz Group Mtg [ + ]
02/05/2019Informal Astro TalkFoteini Oikonomou [ + ]
02/05/2019Astro SeminarJia Liu [ + ]
02/06/2019HEP SeminarSam McDermott [ + ]
02/07/2019CQP Faculty SearchXiao-Xiao Zhang [ + ]
02/07/2019Astro PhAstro Ph [ + ]
02/07/2019Reserve RoomDavid Pirtskhalava [ + ]
02/08/2019HEP Journal ClubHEP Journal Club [ + ]
02/08/2019ISCISC [ + ]
02/11/2019CCPP Brown BagMikhail Ivanov [ + ]
02/11/2019Blanton Tinker PullenBlanton Tinker Pullen [ + ]
02/12/2019CQP Faculty SearchSungkun Hong [ -- ]

Title: Harnessing Mesoscopic Mechanical Systems for New Quantum Technologies
Description: Quantum optomechanics is an emerging field in quantum science that aims to control quantum motions of mechanical objects using light-matter interactions. In recent years, the researchers started gaining quantum control over several mesoscopic mechanical systems. This advancement opens exciting possibilities for developing new quantum technologies and for testing quantum physics beyond the microscopic world. In this talk, I will describe two of my works on experimental quantum optomechanics. I will present our progress in utilizing on-chip optomechanical devices as a new resource for quantum information processing. By combining pulsed optical controls and single photon detection, we created quantum states of a silicon micromechanical resonator at a single phonon level. Based on this method, we generated the remote entanglement between two mechanical modes, paving the way for mechanics-based optical quantum memories and networks. I will also introduce a new optomechanical system that consists of an optically levitated nanoparticle and microfabricated photonic crystal cavities. This hybrid system will exhibit an exceptional combination of mechanical quality, flexibility, and controllability, allowing for a new level of quantum control over the particle’s motion. I will discuss the current status of the experiment and plans on further developing the system for novel quantum sensing applications. (9:30 AM - 10:30 AM, 726 Broadway, 940, CCPP Seminar)
02/12/2019Modjaz Group MtgModjaz Group Mtg [ + ]
02/12/2019Astro SeminarBlakesley Burkhardt [ + ]
02/13/2019HEP SeminarKeisuke Harigaya [ + ]
02/14/2019CQP Faculty SearchRyan Mishmash [ + ]
02/14/2019Astro PhAstro Ph [ + ]
02/14/2019Informal HEP TalkBruno Sheihing [ + ]
02/15/2019NYU-CCANYU-CCA [ + ]
02/15/2019HEP Journal ClubHEP Journal Club [ + ]
02/15/2019ISCISC [ + ]
02/18/2019CCPP Brown BagNONE [ + ]
02/19/2019CQP Faculty SearchQiong Ma [ + ]
02/19/2019Modjaz Group MtgModjaz Group Mtg [ + ]
02/19/2019Astro SeminarClara Sousa-Silva [ + ]
02/19/2019Astroparticle Group Meet [ + ]
02/20/2019HEP SeminarAmihay Hanany [ + ]
02/21/2019Astro PhAstro Ph [ + ]
02/22/2019HEP Journal ClubHEP Journal Club [ + ]
02/22/2019Public SpeakingAndy Kent [ + ]
02/22/2019ISCISC [ + ]
02/25/2019CCPP Brown BagDavid Pirtskhalava [ + ]
02/25/2019Blanton Tinker PullenBlanton Tinker Pullen [ + ]
02/26/2019CQP Faculty SearchSu-Yang Xu [ + ]
02/26/2019Modjaz Group MtgModjaz Group Mtg [ + ]
02/26/2019Astro SeminarBrice Ménard [ + ]
02/26/2019Astroparticle Group Meet [ + ]
02/27/2019HEP SeminarJunwu Huang [ + ]
02/28/2019Astro PhAstro Ph [ + ]