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We show that the energy-momentum dispersion of a vertical semiconductor microcavity can be modified by design using a high-index-contrast subwavelength grating (SWG) as a cavity mirror. We analyze the angular dependence of the reflection phase of the SWG to illustrate the principles of dispersion engineering. We show examples of engineered dispersions such… (More)
We show the dispersion relation of high-contrast grating based vertical cavity can be altered by orders of magnitude by engineering the angular phase response. The results may benefit Purcell enhancement and strong coupling using the cavity.
We demonstrate strong coupling and a coherent polariton laser in a microcavity consisting of a sub-wavelength grating in the top mirror. The designable grating mirror allows 3D confinement, polarization selectivity, and dispersion engineering by design.