Andrey Rakhubovsky

Andrey Rakhubovsky
Palacký University Olomouc · Department of Optics and Quantum Optics Laboratory

PhD
Quantum Optomechanics

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Additional affiliations
July 2013 - present
Palacký University Olomouc
Position
  • PostDoc Position
April 2012 - April 2013
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Researcher
Education
September 2003 - January 2009

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Publications (30)
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Quantum coherence, the ability of a quantum system to be in a superposition of orthogonal quantum states, is a distinct feature of the quantum mechanics, thus marking a deviation from classical physics. Coherence finds its applications in quantum sensing and metrology, quantum thermodynamics and computation. A particularly interesting is the possib...
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A nanomechanical oscillator can be used as a sensitive probe of a small linearized mechanical force. We propose a simple quantum optomechanical scheme using a coherent light mode in the cavity and weak short-pulsed light-matter interactions. Our main result is that if we transfer some displacement to the mechanical mode in an initialization phase,...
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Quantum coherence, the ability of a quantum system to be in a superposition of orthogonal quantum states, is a distinct feature of the quantum mechanics, thus marking a deviation from classical physics. Coherence finds its applications in quantum sensing and metrology, quantum thermodynamics and computation. A particularly interesting is the possib...
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Quantum coupling between mechanical oscillators and atomic gases generating entanglement has been recently experimentally demonstrated using their subsequent interaction with light. The next step is to build a hybrid atom-mechanical quantum gate showing bosonic interference effects of single quanta in the atoms and oscillators. We propose an experi...
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High-order quantum nonlinearity is an important prerequisite for the advanced quantum technology leading to universal quantum processing with large information capacity of continuous variables. Levitated optomechanics, a field where motion of dielectric particles is driven by precisely controlled tweezer beams, is capable of attaining the required...
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Quantum coupling between mechanical oscillators and atomic gases generating entanglement has been recently experimentally demonstrated using their subsequent interaction with light. The next step is to build a hybrid atom-mechanical quantum gate showing bosonic interference effects of single quanta in the atoms and oscillators. We propose an experi...
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Hybridization of quantum science and technology crucially depends on quantum gates between various physical systems. The different platforms have different fundamental physics and, therefore, diverse advantages in various applications. Many applications require nearly ideal quantum gates with variable large interaction gain and sufficient entanglin...
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Nonclassical optomechanical correlations enable optical control of mechanical motion beyond the limitations of classical driving. Here we investigate the feasibility of using pulsed cavity optomechanics to create and verify nonclassical phase-sensitive correlations between light and the motion of a levitated nanoparticle in a realistic scenario. We...
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Nonclassical correlations provide a resource for many applications in quantum technology as well as providing strong evidence that a system is indeed operating in the quantum regime. Optomechanical systems can be arranged to generate quantum entanglement between the mechanics and a mode of travelling light. Here we propose automated optimisation of...
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Nonclassical optomechanical correlations enable optical control of mechanical motion beyond the limitations of classical driving. Here we investigate the feasibility of using pulsed cavity-optomechanics to create and verify nonclassical phase-sensitive correlations between light and the motion of a levitated nanoparticle in a realistic scenario. We...
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Processing quantum information on continuous variables requires a highly nonlinear element in order to attain universality. Noise reduction in processing such quantum information involves the use of a nonlinear phase state as a non-Gaussian ancilla. A necessary condition for a nonlinear phase state to implement a nonlinear phase gate is that noise...
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Processing quantum information on continuous variables requires a highly nonlinear element in order to attain universality. A measurement-induced method for applying an element of this type, the cubic phase gate, for quantum circuits involves the use of a non-Gaussian ancilla known as the cubic phase state. A necessary condition for the cubic phase...
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High-order quantum nonlinearity is an important prerequisite for the advanced quantum technology leading to universal quantum processing with large information capacity of continuous variables. We devise a method of stroboscopic application of a highly nonlinear potential to an initial squeezed thermal state of a mechanical oscillator. The mechanic...
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The preparation of nonclassical states of mechanical motion conclusively proves that control over such motion has reached the quantum level. We investigate ways to achieve nonclassical states of macroscopic mechanical oscillators, particularly levitated nanoparticles. We analyze the possibility of the conditional squeezing of the levitated particle...
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We propose an optomechanical setup allowing quantum mechanical correlation, entanglement and steering of two ultrashort optical pulses. The protocol exploits an indirect interaction between the pulses mediated optomechanically by letting both interact twice with a highly noisy mechanical system. We prove that significant entanglement can be reached...
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We propose a setup allowing to entangle two directly non-interacting radiation modes applying four sequential pulsed quantum resonant interactions with a noisy vibrational mode of a mechanical oscillator which plays the role of the mediator. We analyze Gaussian entanglement of the radiation modes generated by the transducer and confirm that the noi...
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We consider transfer of a highly nonclassical quantum state through an optomechanical system. That is we investigate a protocol consisting of sequential upload, storage and reading out of the quantum state from a mechanical mode of an optomechanical system. We show that provided the input state is in a test-bed single-photon Fock state, the Wigner...
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Feasible setup for pulsed quantum nondemolition interaction between two distant mechanical oscillators through an optical or microwave mediator is proposed. The proposal uses homodyne measurement of the mediator and feedforward control of the mechanical oscillators to reach the interaction. To verify the quantum nature of the interaction, we invest...
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We prove feasibility of high-fidelity pulsed optomechanical interface based on all-optical pre-squeezing of non-Gaussian quantum states of light before they enter the optomechanical system. We demonstrate that feasible pre-squeezing of optical states effectively increases the low noise transfer of them to mechanical oscillator. It allows to surpass...
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Non-Gaussian quantum states are key resources for quantum optics with continuous-variable oscillators. The non-Gaussian states can be deterministically prepared by a continuous evolution of the mechanical oscillator isolated in a nonlinear potential. We propose feasible and deterministic transfer of non-Gaussian quantum states of mechanical oscilla...
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We consider a protocol to entangle an electromagnetic pulse with a mechanical oscillator at high temperature. We show this protocol to be capable of entangling currently existing experimental systems at relatively high (above the available cryostat) temperatures of the mechanical part. We also predict a possibility of conditional squeezing of the m...
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We carry out analysis of optomechanical system formed by moveable mirror of Fabry-Perot cavity pumped by detuned laser. Optical spring arising from detuned pump creates in the system several eigen modes which could be treated as high-Q oscillators. Modulation of laser power results in parametric modulation of oscillators spring constants thus allow...
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We analyze the sensitivity of gravitational-wave antenna with stable double optical spring created by two independent pumps. We investigate regime of three close eigen frequencies (roots of characteristic equation) which appears to provide more wide frequency band in which sensitivity of antenna can beat Standard Quantum Limit (SQL) than previously...
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We analyze the optical spring characteristics of a double pumped Fabry-Perot cavity. A double-resonance optical spring occurs when the optical spring frequency and the detuning frequency of the cavity coincide. We formulate a simple criterion for the stability of an optical spring and apply it to the double resonance regime. Double resonance config...
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We propose two Fabry-Perot cavities, each pumped through both the mirrors, positioned in line as a toy model of the gravitational-wave (GW) detector free from displacement noise of the test masses. It is demonstrated that the displacement noise of cavity mirrors as well as laser noise can be completely excluded in a proper linear combination of the...
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We propose two detuned Fabry–Perot cavities, each pumped through both the mirrors, positioned in line as a toy model of the gravitational-wave (GW) detector free from displacement noise of the test masses. It is demonstrated that the noise of cavity mirrors can be completely excluded in a proper linear combination of the cavities output signals. Th...

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