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Transient dynamics of subradiance and superradiance in open optical ensembles

@inproceedings{Lu2022TransientDO,
  title={Transient dynamics of subradiance and superradiance in open optical ensembles},
  author={Elliot Lu and B. Shanker and Carlo Piermarocchi},
  year={2022}
}
We introduce a computational Maxwell-Bloch framework for investigating out of equilibrium optical emitters in open cavity-less systems. To do so, we compute the pulse-induced dynamics of each emitter from fundamental light-matter interactions and self-consistently calculate their radiative coupling, including phase inhomogeneity from propagation effects. This semiclassical framework is applied to open systems of quantum dots with different density and dipolar coupling. We observe that signatures… 

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