High Impact Articles
Once again, crystalline coatings enable new science
Together with our collaborators from LSU, MIT/LIGO, ANU, and Caltech, CMS is excited to announce a flurry of activity and a number of noteworthy publications with important outcomes for the precision interferometry community. We expect to see these four articles published in high-impact journals in 2019, so be sure to check back to the CMS webpage for updates!
1. N. Aggarwal, T. Cullen, J. Cripe, G. D. Cole, R. Lanza, A. Libson, D. Follman, P. Heu, T. Corbitt, N. Mavalvala, “Room temperature optomechanical squeezing”
2. J. Cripe, T. Cullen, Y. Chen, P. Heu, D. Follman, G. D. Cole, T. Corbitt, “Quantum back action cancellation in the audio band”
3. M. J. Yap, J. Cripe, G. L. Mansell, T. G. McRae, R. L. Ward, B. J. J. Slagmolen, D. A. Shaddock, P. Heu, D. Follman, G. D. Cole, D. E. McClelland, T. Corbitt, “Broadband reduction of quantum radiation pressure noise via squeezed light injection”
4. J. Cripe, N. Aggarwal, R. Lanza, A. Libson, R. Singh, P. Heu, D. Follman, G. D. Cole, N. Mavalvala, T. Corbitt, “Observation of a room-temperature oscillator’s motion dominated by quantum fluctuations over a broad audio-frequency band”