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Alexey V. Kavokin, Jeremy J. Baumberg, Guillaume Malpuech, and Fabrice P. Laussy

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198782995

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198782995.001.0001

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Quantum Polaritonic

Quantum Polaritonic

Chapter:
(p.475) 11 Quantum Polaritonic
Source:
Microcavities
Author(s):

Alexey V. Kavokin

Jeremy J. Baumberg

Guillaume Malpuech

Fabrice P. Laussy

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198782995.003.0011

Microcavity polaritons have demonstrated their unique propensity to host macroscopic quantum phenomena. While they appear to be highly promising for applications in a classical realm, they are still far from competing even with decade old electronics. Another playground where polaritons could emerge as strong contenders is the microscopic quantum regime with single-particle effects and nonlinearities at the one-polariton level. Several theoretical proposals exist to explore polariton blockade mechanisms, realize sophisticated quantum phase transitions, implement quantum simulations and/or quantum information processing, thereby opening a new page of the polariton physics when such ideas will be implemented in the laboratory.

Keywords:   Non-classical light, polariton blockade, Rabi, single photon, entanglement

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