My name is Andrey Rakhubovsky (approximately Rakh - hoo - bof - ski with the stress on the o before the f), I am a postdoc in the group of Prof. Radim Filip in the Department of Optics of Palacký University (Olomouc, Czech Republic). My current research interests are in the field of the theoretical Pulsed Quantum Optomechanics. In simple words, we study the interaction of very short optical (or microwave) pulses with tiny swings at the level of individual quanta. You can learn more about this from our papers, which are available in the list below or via arxiv or Google Scholar. See other sources on the about page
I did my Ph. D. under the kind supervision of Prof. S. P. Vyatchanin in Moscow in the group of Quantum Measurements then led by V. B. Braginsky. My thesis dealt with enhancement of gravitational-wave detectors by optical springs.
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Below is a list of my papers, sorted by publication date, with pdfs and BibTeX files for convenient citation.