Theory for the stationary polariton response in the presence of vibrations.

@article{Kansanen2019TheoryFT,
  title={Theory for the stationary polariton response in the presence of vibrations.},
  author={K. S. U. Kansanen and A. Asikainen and J. Toppari and G. Groenhof and T. Heikkila},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
We construct a model describing the response of a hybrid system where the electromagnetic field - in particular, surface plasmon polaritons - couples strongly with electronic excitations of atoms or molecules. Our approach is based on the input-output theory of quantum optics, and in particular it takes into account the thermal and quantum vibrations of the molecules. The latter is described within the $P(E)$ theory analogous to that used in the theory of dynamical Coulomb blockade. As a result… Expand
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