Room temperature organic exciton–polariton condensate in a lattice

@article{Dusel2020RoomTO,
  title={Room temperature organic exciton–polariton condensate in a lattice},
  author={Marco Dusel and Simon Betzold and Oleg A. Egorov and Sebastian Klembt and J{\"u}rgen Ohmer and U. Fischer and Sven H{\"o}fling and Christian Schneider},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Interacting Bosons in artificial lattices have emerged as a modern platform to explore collective manybody phenomena and exotic phases of matter as well as to enable advanced on-chip simulators. On chip, exciton–polaritons emerged as a promising system to implement and study bosonic non-linear systems in lattices, demanding cryogenic temperatures. We discuss an experiment conducted on a polaritonic lattice at ambient conditions: We utilize fluorescent proteins providing ultra-stable Frenkel… 

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