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Coupling optical cavities to freely moving mechanical devices results in optomechanical systems. Enabled by advancing fabrication techniques, optomechanical systems are now easily fabricated using silicon-on-insulator chips at the micro- and nanoscale. These nano-optomechanical systems (NOMS)...
Nanomechanical torque magnetometry is emerging to become one of the most highly-sensitive methods for measuring magnetostatic interactions in mesoscopic magnetic materials. Here, advances in torque magnetometry are offered for the probing of new physics and extending the functionality of the...
Nanomechanical beam resonators show much promise for use in integrated on-chip mass sensing systems. This follows from their own very small masses and also their ability to store the mechanical energy of their oscillations to produce strong measurable mechanical response signals. To achieve...