The 2019 surface acoustic waves roadmap

Per Delsing, Andrew N Cleland, Martin J A Schuetz, Johannes Knörzer, Géza Giedke, J Ignacio Cirac, Kartik Srinivasan, Marcelo Wu, Krishna Coimbatore Balram, Christopher Bäuerle, Tristan Meunier, Christopher J B Ford, Paulo V Santos, Edgar Cerda-Méndez, Hailin Wang, Hubert J Krenner*, Emeline D S Nysten, Matthias Weiß, Geoff R Nash, Laura Thevenard & 19 others Catherine Gourdon, Pauline Rovillain, Max Marangolo, Jean-Yves Duquesne, Gerhard Fischerauer, Werner Ruile, Alexander Reiner, Ben Paschke, Dmytro Denysenko, Dirk Volkmer, Achim Wixforth, Henrik Bruus, Martin Wiklund, Julien Reboud, Jonathan M Cooper, YongQing Fu, Manuel S Brugger, Florian Rehfeldt, Christoph Westerhausen

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Abstract

Today, surface acoustic waves (SAWs) and bulk acoustic waves are already two of the very few phononic technologies of industrial relevance and can been found in a myriad of devices employing these nanoscale earthquakes on a chip. Acoustic radio frequency filters, for instance, are integral parts of wireless devices. SAWs in particular find applications in life sciences and microfluidics for sensing and mixing of tiny amounts of liquids. In addition to this continuously growing number of applications, SAWs are ideally suited to probe and control elementary excitations in condensed matter at the limit of single quantum excitations. Even collective excitations, classical or quantum are nowadays coherently interfaced by SAWs. This wide, highly diverse, interdisciplinary and continuously expanding spectrum literally unites advanced sensing and manipulation applications. Remarkably, SAW technology is inherently multiscale and spans from single atomic or nanoscopic units up even to the millimeter scale. The aim of this Roadmap is to present a snapshot of the present state of surface acoustic wave science and technology in 2019 and provide an opinion on the challenges and opportunities that the future holds from a group of renown experts, covering the interdisciplinary key areas, ranging from fundamental quantum effects to practical applications of acoustic devices in life science.
Original languageEnglish
Article number353001
JournalJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics
Volume52
Issue number35
Number of pages40
ISSN0022-3727
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Surface acoustic waves
  • Phononics
  • Quantum acoustics

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Delsing, P., Cleland, A. N., Schuetz, M. J. A., Knörzer, J., Giedke, G., Cirac, J. I., ... Westerhausen, C. (2019). The 2019 surface acoustic waves roadmap. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 52(35), [353001]. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/ab1b04
Delsing, Per ; Cleland, Andrew N ; Schuetz, Martin J A ; Knörzer, Johannes ; Giedke, Géza ; Cirac, J Ignacio ; Srinivasan, Kartik ; Wu, Marcelo ; Balram, Krishna Coimbatore ; Bäuerle, Christopher ; Meunier, Tristan ; Ford, Christopher J B ; Santos, Paulo V ; Cerda-Méndez, Edgar ; Wang, Hailin ; Krenner, Hubert J ; Nysten, Emeline D S ; Weiß, Matthias ; Nash, Geoff R ; Thevenard, Laura ; Gourdon, Catherine ; Rovillain, Pauline ; Marangolo, Max ; Duquesne, Jean-Yves ; Fischerauer, Gerhard ; Ruile, Werner ; Reiner, Alexander ; Paschke, Ben ; Denysenko, Dmytro ; Volkmer, Dirk ; Wixforth, Achim ; Bruus, Henrik ; Wiklund, Martin ; Reboud, Julien ; Cooper, Jonathan M ; Fu, YongQing ; Brugger, Manuel S ; Rehfeldt, Florian ; Westerhausen, Christoph. / The 2019 surface acoustic waves roadmap. In: Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 2019 ; Vol. 52, No. 35.
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In: Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 52, No. 35, 353001, 2019.

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Delsing P, Cleland AN, Schuetz MJA, Knörzer J, Giedke G, Cirac JI et al. The 2019 surface acoustic waves roadmap. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 2019;52(35). 353001. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6463/ab1b04