Chirality in microcavities has recently shown its bright future in optical sensing and microsized coherent light sources. The coupling of the electromagnetic field with an electronic transition gives rise, for strong enough light-matter interactions, to hybrid states called exciton-polaritons. On one hand, they are applied to microfluidic lasers with low excitation thresholds. Using finite-difference time-domain simulations of electromagnetic pulse propagation, we consider both i a nonlinear Fabry-Perot microresonator embedded within a PC waveguide exhibiting a narrow transmission resonance and ii a nonlinear point defect side-coupled to a PC waveguide exhibiting a narrow reflection spectrum. Ultrastrong exciton-photon coupling in single and coupled organic microcavities. It is well-known that light-matter interaction depends on the photonic environment, and thus proper engineering of the optical mode in microcavity systems is central to obtaining the desired functionality. Using two-dimensional spectroscopy, we resolve multi-polariton coherences in quantum wells embedded inside a semiconductor microcavity and elucidate how multi-exciton correlations mediate polariton nonlinear dynamics.
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Non-fluorescent resazurin was covalently attached onto the pSi surface via thermal hydrocarbonisation, thermal hydrosylilation and acylation. Recycling microcavity optical biosensors. A nanohole is inserted in the center of each individual L0 photonic crystal microcavity. Full color organic light-emitting devices with microcavity structure and color filter. These optoplasmonic sensor structures could be the centrepiece of miniaturised analytical laboratories, on a chip, with detection capabilities that are beyond the current state of the art.