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4 May 2012 Theoretical study about the behavior of two-level systems inside of optomechanical cavity where mechanical oscillations are induced
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We study the behavior of a two-level system inside a photonic cavity in which mechanical oscillations are induced. We distinguish four different regimes: a) no interaction, b) optomechanical, c) atom-cavity-field coupling and d) "competition". We observe how the revival and collapse processes become chaotic when the coupling constants of these regimes are sufficiently high. Changes of the Rabi frequency and collapse and revival times as a consequence of the injection of mechanical oscillations are discussed.
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Jose M. Escalante and Alejandro Martinez "Theoretical study about the behavior of two-level systems inside of optomechanical cavity where mechanical oscillations are induced", Proc. SPIE 8440, Quantum Optics II, 84400R (4 May 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.922124
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