Ny postdoc: Andreas Næsby

Andreas Naesby joined the group of Aurelien Dantan as a postdoctoral researcher on the 15th of August. He will work on developing new electro-opto-mechanical systems where vibrations of micromechanical drums interact both with optical light fields and electrical fields.

15.08.2016 | Grete Flarup

Andreas Naesby joined the group of Aurelien Dantan as a postdoctoral researcher on the 15th of August. He will work on developing new electro-opto-mechanical systems where vibrations of micromechanical drums interact both with optical light fields and electrical fields. 

Such on-chip systems will enable new applications in sensing as well as new fundamental physics using arrays of coupled quantum oscillators. 

He has done his PhD at the group of Prof. Eugene Polzik at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, working with hybrid optomechanical systems, and a postdoc in the group of A/Prof. Warwick Bowen in Brisbane, Australia, working on hybrid optomechanics using plasmonically enhanced interactions.

Institut for Fysik og Astronomi, Medarbejdere, Offentligheden / Pressen