Condensation of exciton–polaritons in complex potentials
Bose–Einstein condensates (BEC) of exciton–polaritons represent a successful platform for studies of macroscopic quantum physics at elevated temperatures in a solid-state device. Despite the number of breakthroughs in both experiment and theory, there are still some gaps in our understanding of this part-light part-matter system. The difficulties in our interpretation of the system’s behavior arise from the inherent non-equilibrium nature of ...[Show more]
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