# Topology detection in cavity QED.

@article{PerezGonzalez2022TopologyDI, title={Topology detection in cavity QED.}, author={Beatriz P'erez-Gonz'alez and {\'A}lvaro G{\'o}mez-Le{\'o}n and Gloria Platero}, journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP}, year={2022} }

We explore the physics of topological lattice models immersed in c-QED architectures for arbitrary coupling strength with the photon field. We propose the use of the cavity transmission as a topological marker and study its behaviour. For this, we develop an approach combining the input-output formalism with a Mean-Field plus fluctuations description of the setup. We illustrate our results with the specific case of a fermionic Su-Schrieffer-Heeger (SSH) chain coupled to a single-mode cavity…

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