Light-matter coupling in imperfect lattice of coupled micro-cavities containing quantum dots

Journal of Lasers, Optics & Photonics

ISSN: 2469-410X

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Light-matter coupling in imperfect lattice of coupled micro-cavities containing quantum dots

International Conference on Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering

March 14-16, 2016 London, UK

Vladimir V Rumyantsev

A A Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering, Ukraine

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Laser Opt Photonics

Abstract :

The important features of photonic band-gap structures under discussion are connected with â??slowâ?? light, which is one of the promising fundamental physical phenomena that can be explored in the design of various quantum optical storage devices. In particular, the effective reduction of the group velocity demonstrated in the associated optical waveguide resonators. Key role in reducing the group velocity in these systems is played by so-called light and dark polaritons, which are linear superposition of photon states of the external electromagnetic field and the macroscopic (coherent) perturbations of two-level atomic medium. Based on the representations of the ideal photonic structures, the non-ideal systems of this class - polaritonic crystal, which is a set of spatially ordered cavities containing atomic clusters, is considered. Moreover, the spatial distribution of cavities (resonators) is translation invariant, and the atomic subsystem has randomly distributed defects: Impurity atomic clusters (quantum dots) or vacancies. Numerical modeling of dependence of the dispersion of polaritons in this imperfect lattice of associated micro-resonators on impurity concentration is completed. Using the virtual crystal approximation, the analytical expressions for polaritonic frequencies, effective mass and group velocities, as a function of corresponding quantum dots and vacancies concentrations, is obtained. It turned out that even with a small number of vacancies in the lattice (one position for a thousand resonators), weight polaritons increases by three orders of magnitude. These results enable to extend the possibility of creating a new class of functional materials - polaritonic crystal systems.

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