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15 October 2015Narrow dark polariton due to coupled coherence in a quantum well microcavity
A scheme is proposed to obtain slow light in a coulped quantum wells microcavity with tunneling induced transparency between intersubband electronic transitions. Three prolaritons are created by intracavity Fano interference between fundamental mode photon and two quantum oscillators of coherent subband electronic excitations. A narrow middle dark polariton of the three can be produced, which can be used to suppress the line profiles of the transmission or reflection spectra for the incident light. This leads to slow propagation of the incident light in the microcavity. The semiconductor optical microcavity can be an alternative choice of quantum photoelectronic devices in nanoscale.
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Tao Wang, Cui Li Li, Rui Zhang, Zhong Chang Zhuo, Xue Mei Su, "Narrow dark polariton due to coupled coherence in a quantum well microcavity," Proc. SPIE 9671, AOPC 2015: Advances in Laser Technology and Applications, 96711J (15 October 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2202277