Organic polariton lasing and the weak- to strong-coupling crossover
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Following experimental realizations of room temperature polariton lasing with organic molecules, we present a microscopic model that allows us to explore the crossover from weak to strong matter-light coupling. We consider a non-equilibrium Dicke-Holstein model, including both strong coupling to vibrational modes and strong matter-light coupling, providing the phase diagram of this model in the thermodynamic limit. We discuss the mechanism of polariton lasing, uncovering a process of self-tuning, and identify the relation and distinction between regular dye lasers and organic polariton lasers.
Strashko , A , Kirton , P & Keeling , J 2018 , ' Organic polariton lasing and the weak- to strong-coupling crossover ' , Physical Review Letters , vol. 121 , no. 19 , 193601 . https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.193601
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