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Vladimir A. Aksyuk
Vladimir A. Aksyuk
Project Leader, Physical Measurement Laboratory, NIST
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Quantum mechanical actuation of microelectromechanical systems by the Casimir force
HB Chan, VA Aksyuk, RN Kleiman, DJ Bishop, F Capasso
Science 291 (5510), 1941-1944, 2001
11082001
Nonlinear micromechanical Casimir oscillator
HB Chan, VA Aksyuk, RN Kleiman, DJ Bishop, F Capasso
Physical Review Letters 87, 211801, 2001
5592001
Giant piezoelectricity on Si for hyperactive MEMS
SH Baek, J Park, DM Kim, VA Aksyuk, RR Das, SD Bu, DA Felker, ...
Science 334 (6058), 958-961, 2011
4862011
Wavelength add-drop switching using tilting micromirrors
JE Ford, VA Aksyuk, DJ Bishop, JA Walker
Journal of lightwave technology 17 (5), 904, 1999
3911999
1100 x 1100 port MEMS-based optical crossconnect with 4-dB maximum loss
J Kim, CJ Nuzman, B Kumar, DF Lieuwen, JS Kraus, A Weiss, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 15 (11), 1537-1539, 2003
2552003
Wavelength-selective 1 x K switches using free-space optics and MEMS micromirrors: theory, design, and implementation
DM Marom, DT Neilson, DS Greywall, CS Pai, NR Basavanhally, ...
Journal of Lightwave Technology 23 (4), 1620, 2005
2492005
Electromagnetically induced transparency and wide-band wavelength conversion in silicon nitride microdisk optomechanical resonators
Y Liu, M Davanço, V Aksyuk, K Srinivasan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1302.2682, 2013
1732013
Optomechanical transduction of an integrated silicon cantilever probe using a microdisk resonator
K Srinivasan, H Miao, MT Rakher, M Davanco, V Aksyuk
Nano letters 11 (2), 791-797, 2011
1682011
A fiber connectorized MEMS variable optical attenuator
B Barber, CR Giles, V Askyuk, R Ruel, L Stulz, D Bishop
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 10 (9), 1262-1264, 1998
1661998
A silicon MEMS optical switch attenuator and its use in lightwave subsystems
CR Giles, V Aksyuk, B Barber, R Ruel, L Stulz, D Bishop
IEEE Journal of selected topics in quantum electronics 5 (1), 18-25, 1999
1631999
Beam-steering micromirrors for large optical cross-connects
VA Aksyuk, F Pardo, D Carr, D Greywall, HB Chan, ME Simon, ...
Journal of lightwave technology 21 (3), 634, 2003
1602003
Fully provisioned 112/spl times/112 micro-mechanical optical crossconnect with 35.8 Tb/s demonstrated capacity
DT Neilson, VA Aksyuk, S Arney, NR Basavanhally, KS Bhalla, DJ Bishop, ...
Optical Fiber Communication Conference. Technical Digest Postconference …, 2000
1592000
Strong Casimir force reduction through metallic surface nanostructuring
F Intravaia, S Koev, IW Jung, AA Talin, PS Davids, RS Decca, VA Aksyuk, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 2515, 2013
1502013
1296-port MEMS transparent optical crossconnect with 2.07 petabit/s switch capacity
R Ryf, J Kim, JP Hickey, A Gnauck, D Carr, F Pardo, C Bolle, R Frahm, ...
OFC 2001. Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit. Technical …, 2001
1462001
Photonic chip for laser stabilization to an atomic vapor with 10−11 instability
MT Hummon, S Kang, DG Bopp, Q Li, DA Westly, S Kim, C Fredrick, ...
Optica 5 (4), 443-449, 2018
1392018
Micro-opto-electromechanical devices and method therefor
VA Aksyuk, BP Barber, DJ Bishop, PL Gammel, CR Giles
US Patent 5,995,688, 1999
1301999
Lucent Microstar micromirror array technology for large optical crossconnects
VA Aksyuk, F Pardo, CA Bolle, S Arney, CR Giles, DJ Bishop
MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems 4178, 320-324, 2000
1282000
Article comprising a wavelength-selective add-drop multiplexer
VA Aksyuk, DJ Bishop, JE Ford, RE Slusher
US Patent 5,974,207, 1999
1271999
Observation of mesoscopic vortex physics using micromechanical oscillators
CA Bolle, V Aksyuk, F Pardo, PL Gammel, E Zeldov, E Bucher, R Boie, ...
Nature 399 (6731), 43-46, 1999
1231999
Nanophotonic atomic force microscope transducers enable chemical composition and thermal conductivity measurements at the nanoscale
J Chae, S An, G Ramer, V Stavila, G Holland, Y Yoon, AA Talin, ...
Nano letters 17 (9), 5587-5594, 2017
1202017
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