Photon-photon interactions in dynamically coupled cavities

@article{Heuck2019PhotonphotonII,
  title={Photon-photon interactions in dynamically coupled cavities},
  author={Mikkel Heuck and Kurt Jacobs and Dirk R. Englund},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2019}
}
We study theoretically the interaction between two photons in a nonlinear cavity. The photons are loaded into the cavity via a method we propose here, in which the input/output coupling of the cavity is effectively controlled via a tunable coupling to a second cavity mode that is itself strongly output-coupled. Incoming photon wave packets can be loaded into the cavity with high fidelity when the timescale of the control is smaller than the duration of the wave packets. Dynamically coupled… 

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