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- Optomechanics of nanomechanical oscillators
- Cavity cooling of optically levitating macroscopic objects
- Optomechanics with ensembles of molecules and atoms
- Optical cooling of mechanical modes of optical cavities
- Optomechanics of mechanical membranes
- Cavity enhanced optical manipulation of macroscopic objects and sensing