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Seung-Bo Shim

Research Interests

Mechanical Systems in the Quantum Regime
Quantum measurement with qubit coupled mechanical resonator

Nonlinear Dynamics in the nanomechanical system
Nonlinear behavior such as mode interaction, parametric amplification and synchronization

Research Skills

Micro and nano-fabrication
Low temperature experiment: Millikelvin temperature
Microwave measurement instrumentation
Optical measurement of nanomechanical motion

Selected Publications

  • Sungwan Cho, Sung Un Cho, Myunglae Jo, Junho Suh, Hee Chul Park, Sang Goon Kim, Seung-Bo Shim* and Yun Daniel Park, Strong two-mode parametric interaction and amplification in a nanomechanical resonator, Phys. Rev. Appl. 9, 064023 (2018)
  • Sungwan Cho, Sang Goon Kim, Kimin Hong, Seung-Bo Shim*, Myunglae Jo, Sung Un Cho and Yun Daniel Park, Investigation of thermomechanical motion in a nanomechanical resonator based on optical intensity mapping, J. Kor. Phys. Soc. 71, 684 (2017)
  • Hyunho Noh, Seung-Bo Shim, Minkyung Jung, Zeong G. Khim and Jinhee Kim, A mechanical memory with a dc modulation of nonlinear resonance, Appl. Phys. Lett. 97, 033116 (2010)
  • Seung-Bo Shim, June Sang Chun, Seok Won Kang, Sung Wan Cho, Sung Woon Cho, Yun Daniel Park, Pritiraj Mohanty, Nam Kim and Jinhee Kim, Micromechanical resonators fabricated from lattice-matched and etch-selective GaAs/InGaP/GaAs heterostructure, Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 133505 (2007)
  • Seung-Bo Shim, Matthias Imboden and Pritiraj Mohanty, Synchronized Oscillation in Coupled Nanomechanical Oscillators, Science 316, 95 (2007)

* Corresponding Author

Created October 8, 2019, Updated January 22, 2020