Optomechanical Technologies (OMT) is a Marie Curie European Training Network that trains a new generation of highly skilled researchers in the field of optomechanical technologies – new technologies based on cavity optomechanical interactions that allow to read out and control mechanical oscillators at the quantum level using optical fields.
Hybrid Optomechanical Technologies (HOT) is a FET Proactive project that lays the foundation for a new generation of hybrid devices which exploit a nano- or micro-mechanical oscillator to couple and control the electrical, optical and microwave domains. These devices will enable capabilities such as low phase-noise microwave generation, radiofrequency-to-optical conversion and on-chip microwave and optical isolators.
Tobias J. Kippenberg (EPFL)
“Optomechanical Technologies OMT” (www.omt‐etn.net) is an EU H2020 Marie Curie Skłodowska – European Training Network (ETN) funded under grant agreement 722923.
“Hybrid Optomechanical Technologies HOT” (www.hot‐fetpro.eu) is an EU H2020 Future Emerging Technologies Proactive (FET) project funded under grant agreement 732894.