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Testing spontaneous wavefunction collapse with quantum electromechanics

@inproceedings{Tobar2022TestingSW,
  title={Testing spontaneous wavefunction collapse with quantum electromechanics},
  author={Germain Tobar and Stefan Forstner and Arkady Federov and Warwick P. Bowen},
  year={2022}
}
Theories of spontaneous wavefunction collapse offer an appealing explanation of the possible breakdown of quantum mechanics for macroscopic systems. However, the challenge of resolving predicted collapse signatures above background noise has precluded conclusive tests. Here, we propose to overcome this challenge using a superconducting qubit to precisely readout the collapse-induced heating of a mechanical resonator. We show that the ability to strongly couple the qubit to the resonator can… 
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