Noninverse dynamics of a quantum emitter coupled to a fully anisotropic environment

@article{Kornovan2019NoninverseDO,
  title={Noninverse dynamics of a quantum emitter coupled to a fully anisotropic environment},
  author={Danil F Kornovan and Mihail I. Petrov and Ivan V. Iorsh},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2019}
}
Anisotropic nanophotonic structures can couple the levels of a quantum emitter through the quantum interference effect. In this paper we study the coupling of quantum emitters excited states through the modes of a fully anisotropic structure: a structure for which all directions are physically nonequivalent. We consider an anisotropic metasurface as an illustrative example of such a structure. We point out a novel degree of freedom in controlling the temporal dynamics and spectral profiles of… 

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