Optomechanical-like coupling between superconducting resonators

@article{Johansson2014OptomechanicallikeCB,
  title={Optomechanical-like coupling between superconducting resonators},
  author={J. R. Johansson and G{\"o}ran Johansson and Franco Nori},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={053833}
}
We propose and analyze a circuit that implements a nonlinear coupling between two superconducting microwave resonators. The resonators are coupled through a superconducting quantum interference device that terminates one of the resonators. This produces a nonlinear interaction of the standard optomechanical form, where the quadrature of one resonator couples to the photon number of the other resonator. The circuit therefore allows for all-electrical realizations of analogs to optomechanical… 

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