Visible to the public Topologically Protected Acoustic Wave Amplification in an Optomechanical Array

TitleTopologically Protected Acoustic Wave Amplification in an Optomechanical Array
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsMa, J., Feng, Z., Li, Y., Sun, X.
Conference Name2020 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)
KeywordsAcoustic arrays, acoustic coupling, acoustic wave amplification, acoustic waves, bulk states, Cavity resonators, Human Behavior, optical arrays, Optical coupling, optical parametric amplifiers, Optical surface waves, optomechanical array, parametric amplification, particle-conserving phonon-photon interactions, particle-nonconserving phonon-photon interactions, phonon-phonon interactions, phonons, Photonics, pubcrawl, radiation pressure, Resiliency, Scalability, topological insulators, topologically protected acoustic wave amplification, topologically protected edge state
AbstractBy exploiting the simultaneous particle-conserving and particle-nonconserving phonon-photon interactions in an optomechanical array, we find a topologically protected edge state for phonons that can be parametrically amplified when all the bulk states remain stable.
Citation Keyma_topologically_2020