Quantum electrodynamics in anisotropic and tilted Dirac photonic lattices

  title={Quantum electrodynamics in anisotropic and tilted Dirac photonic lattices},
  author={Jaime Redondo-Yuste and Mar{\'i}a Blanco de Paz and Paloma Arroyo Huidobro and Alejandro Gonz{\'a}lez-Tudela},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
One of the most striking predictions of quantum electrodynamics is that vacuum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field can lead to spontaneous emission of atoms as well as photon-mediated interactions among them. Since these processes strongly depend on the nature of the photonic bath, a current burgeoning field is the study of their modification in the presence of photons with non-trivial energy dispersions, e.g. the ones confined in photonic crystals. A remarkable example is the case of… 
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