Optical Transparency Induced by a Largely Purcell Enhanced Quantum Dot in a Polarization-Degenerate Cavity.

@article{Singh2022OpticalTI,
  title={Optical Transparency Induced by a Largely Purcell Enhanced Quantum Dot in a Polarization-Degenerate Cavity.},
  author={Harjot Singh and Demitry Farfurnik and Zhouchen Luo and Allan S. Bracker and Samuel G. Carter and Edo Waks},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2022}
}
Optically active spin systems coupled to photonic cavities with high cooperativity can generate strong light-matter interactions, a key ingredient in quantum networks. However, obtaining high cooperativities for quantum information processing often involves the use of photonic crystal cavities that feature a poor optical access from the free space, especially to circularly polarized light required for the coherent control of the spin. Here, we demonstrate coupling with a cooperativity as high… 

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