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Driven dissipative preparation of few-body Laughlin states of Rydberg polaritons in twisted cavities

  title={Driven dissipative preparation of few-body Laughlin states of Rydberg polaritons in twisted cavities},
  author={Kristina R. Colladay and Erich J. Mueller},
We present a driven dissipative protocol for creating an optical analog of the Laughlin state in a system of Rydberg polaritons in a twisted optical cavity. We envision resonantly driving the system into a 4-polariton state by injecting photons in carefully selected modes. The dissipative nature of the polariton-polariton interactions leads to a decay into a two-polariton analog of the Laughlin state. Generalizations of this technique could be used to explore fractional statistics and anyon… 
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