Dimensional control of tunneling two level systems in nanoelectromechanical resonators

@inproceedings{Kamppinen2021DimensionalCO,
  title={Dimensional control of tunneling two level systems in nanoelectromechanical resonators},
  author={Timo Kamppinen and J. T. Makinen and V. B. Eltsov},
  year={2021}
}
Tunneling two level systems affect damping, noise and decoherence in a wide range of devices, including nanoelectromechanical resonators, optomechanical systems, and qubits. Theoretically this interaction is usually described within the tunneling state model. The dimensions of such devices are often small compared to the relevant phonon wavelengths at low temperatures, and extensions of the theoretical description to reduced dimensions have been proposed, but lack conclusive experimental… 

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