20 February 2012 Combining nanooptical fields and coherent spectroscopy on systems with delocalized excitons
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For nanostructures such as semiconductor quantum dot emitters or biological systems like light harvesting complexes (photosynthesis) the coupling between individual constituents leads to the formation of delocalized exciton states. Coherent two dimensional spectroscopy is a versatile tool to investigate the structure of the excitonic states, whereas nanoplasmonics allows to localize optical fields on a nanoscale: We combine these two methods in a theoretical study and propose new experiments, such as the two dimensional spectra containing spatial resolution via localized fields. Using post processing of different spectra with localized fields, we can enhance certain spectroscopic features in standard coherent spectroscopy, e.g. by suppressing unwanted resonances.
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Felix Schlosser, Felix Schlosser, Mario Schoth, Mario Schoth, Kirankumar Hiremath, Kirankumar Hiremath, Sven Burger, Sven Burger, Frank Schmidt, Frank Schmidt, Andreas Knorr, Andreas Knorr, Shaul Mukamel, Shaul Mukamel, Marten Richter, Marten Richter, } "Combining nanooptical fields and coherent spectroscopy on systems with delocalized excitons", Proc. SPIE 8260, Ultrafast Phenomena and Nanophotonics XVI, 82601V (20 February 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.906671; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.906671

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