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Optimal condition to probe strong coupling of two-dimensional excitons and zero-dimensional cavity modes

@inproceedings{Rosser2021OptimalCT,
  title={Optimal condition to probe strong coupling of two-dimensional excitons and zero-dimensional cavity modes},
  author={David Rosser and Dario Gerace and Lucio Claudio Andreani and Arka Majumdar},
  year={2021}
}
The light-matter interaction associated with a two-dimensional (2D) excitonic transition coupled to a zero-dimensional (0D) photonic cavity is fundamentally different from coupling localized excitations in quantum dots or color centers, which have negligible spatial extent compared to the cavity-confined mode profile. By calculating the radiation-matter coupling of the exciton transition of a surface deposited 2D material and a 0D photonic crystal nanobeam mode, we found that there is an… Expand

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