Strong magnon-photon coupling with chip-integrated YIG in the zero-temperature limit

@inproceedings{Baity2021StrongMC,
  title={Strong magnon-photon coupling with chip-integrated YIG in the zero-temperature limit},
  author={P. Baity and D. Bozhko and R. Mac{\^e}do and William Smith and R. Holland and S. Danilin and Valentino Seferai and J. Barbosa and R. Peroor and S. Goldman and U. Nasti and J. Paul and R. Hadfield and S. McVitie and M. Weides},
  year={2021}
}
zero-temperature limit Paul G. Baity,1 Dmytro A. Bozhko,2 Rair Macêdo,1 William Smith,3 Rory C. Holland,1 Sergey Danilin,1 Valentino Seferai,1 Renju R. Peroor,2 Sara Goldman,2 Umberto Nasti,1, 4 Jharna Paul,1 Robert H. Hadfield,1 Stephen McVitie,3 and Martin Weides1 1)James Watt School of Engineering, Electronics & Nanoscale Engineering Division, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, United Kingdoma) 2)Center for Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Department of Physics and Energy Science… Expand
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