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Optomechanics in hybrid fully-integrated two-dimensional photonic crystal resonators

  title={Optomechanics in hybrid fully-integrated two-dimensional photonic crystal resonators},
  author={V. V. Tsvirkun},
Les systemes optomecaniques, dans lesquels les vibrations d'un resonateur mecanique sont couplees a un rayonnement electromagnetique, ont permis l'examen de multiples nouveaux effets physiques. Afin d'exploiter pleinement ces phenomenes dans des circuits realistes et d'obtenir differentes fonctionnalites sur une seule puce, l'integration des resonateurs optomecaniques est obligatoire. Ici nous proposons une nouvelle approche pour la realisation de systemes integres et heterogenes comportant des… 
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