Quantum-fluid dynamics of microcavity polaritons

@inproceedings{Amo2007QuantumfluidDO,
  title={Quantum-fluid dynamics of microcavity polaritons},
  author={Alberto Amo and Daniele Sanvitto and Dario Ballarini and F. Laussy and Elena del Valle and M. D. Mart{\'i}n and Aristide Lema{\^i}tre and Jacqueline Bloch and Dmitry Krizhanovskii and M. S. Skolnick and Carlos Tejedor and L. Vi{\~n}a},
  year={2007}
}
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