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2022 ◽  
Vol 148 ◽  
pp. 107737
Hamed Sheikhbahaee ◽  
S. Javid Mirahmadi ◽  
Mohammad Reza Pakmanesh ◽  
Saeed Asghari

2022 ◽  
Vol 148 ◽  
pp. 107526
L. Fedorenko ◽  
A. Medvids ◽  
V. Yukhymchuk ◽  
A. Evtukh ◽  
H. Mimura ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 149 ◽  
pp. 107847
Muhamad Nur Rohman ◽  
Jeng-Rong Ho ◽  
Pi-Cheng Tung ◽  
Hai-Ping Tsui ◽  
Chih-Kuang Lin

Ahmed E. Abouelregal ◽  
Kadry Zakaria ◽  
Magdy A. Sirwah ◽  
Hijaz Ahmad ◽  
Ali F. Rashid

This work aims to assess the response of viscoelastic Kelvin–Voigt microscale beams under initial stress. The microbeam is photostimulated by the light emitted by an intense picosecond pulsed laser. The photothermal elasticity model with dual-phase lags, the plasma wave equation and Euler–Bernoulli beam theory are utilized to construct the system equations governing the thermoelastic vibrations of microbeams. Using the Laplace transform technique, the problem is solved analytically and expressions are provided for the distributions of photothermal fields. Taking aluminum as a numerical example, the effect of the pulsed laser duration coefficient, viscoelasticity constants and initial stress on photothermal vibrations has been studied. In addition, a comparison has been made between different models of photo-thermoelasticity to validate the results of the current model. Photo-microdynamic systems might be monolithically integrated on aluminum microbeams using microsurface processing technology as a result of this research.

Plasmonics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Laya Anjo ◽  
Ana Khajehnezhad ◽  
Amir Hossein Sari ◽  
Seyed Ali Sebt ◽  
Mukhlis M. Ismail

Alto Osada ◽  
Atsushi Noguchi

Abstract Trapped-ion quantum technologies have been developed for decades toward applications such as precision measurement, quantum communication and quantum computation. Coherent manipulation of ions' oscillatory motions in an ion trap is important for quantum information processing by ions, however, unwanted decoherence caused by fluctuating electric-field environment often hinders stable and high-fidelity operations.. One way to avoid this is to adopt pulsed laser ablation for ion loading, a loading method with significantly reduced pollution and heat production. Despite the usefulness of the ablation loading such as the compatibility with cryogenic environment, randomness of the number of loaded ions is still problematic in realistic applications where definite number of ions are preferably loaded with high probability. %The ablation loading is proven to be useful, being even compatible with cryogenic environment, except for the randomness of the number of loaded ions. In this paper, we demonstrate an efficient loading of a single strontium ion into a surface electrode trap generated by laser ablation and successive photoionization. The probability of single-ion loading into a surface electrode trap is measured to be 82\,\%, and such a deterministic single-ion loading allows for loading ions into the trap one-by-one. Our results open up a way to develop more functional ion-trap quantum devices by the clean, stable, and deterministic ion loading.

2022 ◽  
Vol 19 (1) ◽  
pp. 45-47
Ralph Delmdahl ◽  
Lennart de Vreede ◽  
Bart Berenbak ◽  
Arjen Janssens

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