Recent demonstrations of single-crystal diamond cavity optomechanical devices [1] have made progress towards the realization of hybrid quantum technologies capable of controlling interactions between light, vibrations, and electron spins [2]. The microdisk structure studied here is advantageous due to the simple geometry, strong optomechanical coupling between high frequency mechanical resonances, and ability to support low loss optical modes [1].

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