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20 August 2020 Novel hybrid-cavity systems for high-Purcell factor light-matter interactions
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In order to design high Purcell-factor systems, hybrid cavity-antenna systems have shown to be highly promising. We show in what way a system of a high-Q cavity combined with a low-V antenna can outperform its constituents, and give rules of thumb for their design for several applications. In particular, we will present experimental results of different hybrid systems including microdisk resonators and integrated photonic crystal nanobeams coupled to rod and dimer antennas respectively. By placing single quantum dots, we experimentally measure the high Purcell factors these systems promise.
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Isabelle M. Palstra, Femius Koenderink, Hugo M. Doeleman, and Kevin G. G. Cognée "Novel hybrid-cavity systems for high-Purcell factor light-matter interactions", Proc. SPIE 11461, Active Photonic Platforms XII, 114611J (20 August 2020);

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