Electroluminescence from spatially confined exciton polaritons in a textured microcavity
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We report on the formation of spatially confined exciton-polaritons under electrical injection in a textured microcavity. The trapping of polaritons in the diode sample is achieved through a locally elongated GaAs microcavity with a quality factor exceeding 6000. The polaritonic resonances of traps with diameters of 10 mu m and 2 mu m are studied by angular-resolved electroluminescence spectroscopy, revealing their hybrid light-matter nature.
Winkler , K , Schneider , C , Fischer , J , Rahimi-Iman , A , Amthor , M , Forchel , A , Reitzenstein , S , Höfling , S & Kamp , M 2013 , ' Electroluminescence from spatially confined exciton polaritons in a textured microcavity ' Applied Physics Letters , vol 102 , no. 4 , 041101 . DOI: 10.1063/1.4777564
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