Electromagnetic-continuum-induced nonlinearity

@inproceedings{Matsko2018ElectromagneticcontinuuminducedN,
  title={Electromagnetic-continuum-induced nonlinearity},
  author={Andrey B. Matsko and Sergey P. Vyatchanin},
  year={2018}
}
A nonrelativistic Hamiltonian describing interaction between a mechanical degree of freedom and radiation pressure is commonly used as an ultimate tool for studying system behavior in opto-mechanics. This Hamiltonian is derived from the equation of motion of a mechanical degree of freedom and the optical wave equation with time-varying boundary conditions. We show that this approach is deficient for studying higher order nonlinear effects in an open resonant opto-mechanical system. Opto… CONTINUE READING

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