Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2012
We have employed Bloch-wave engineering to realize submicron diameter ultra-high quality factor GaAs/AlAs micropillars (MPs). The design features a tapered cavity in which the fundamental Bloch mode is subject to an adiabatic transition to match the Bragg mirror Bloch mode. The resulting reduced scattering loss leads to record-high visibility of the strong coupling in MPs with modest oscillator strength quantum dots. A quality factor of 13,600 and a Rabi splitting of 85 \mueV with an estimated visibility v of 0.38 are observed for a small mode volume MP with a diameter dc of 850 nm.
|Journal||Physical Review Letters|
Copyright (2012) American Physical Society.
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