For a solid lattice, we rederive the continuous spontaneous localization (CSL) noise total energy gain of a test mass starting from a Lindblad formulation, and from a similar starting point rederive the geometry factor governing center of mass energy gain. We then suggest that the geometry factor can be used as a way to distinguish between low temperature cantilever motion saturation arising from CSL noise, and saturation arising from thermal leakage.
|Journal||Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical|
|Publication status||Published - 05 Feb 2021|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
SLA acknowledges the hospitality of the Aspen Center for Physics, which is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant PHY-1607611. AB acknowledges financial support from the COST Action QTSpace (CA15220), INFN, and hospitality from the IAS Princeton, where part of this work was carried out. AB and MC acknowledge financial support from the H2020 FET Project TEQ (Grant No. 766900). This research was supported by grant number (FQXi-RFP-CPW-2002) from the Foundational Questions Institute and Fetzer Franklin Fund, a donor advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
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- Modelling and Simulation
- Mathematical Physics
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