Lecture Hashem Zoubi
|04 September 2006||FWN-Building 5113.0202, Nijenborgh 4, 9747 AG, Groningen|
|Affiliation:||Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy|
|Title:||Polariton-Polariton kinematic interactions and bipolaritons in organic microcavites|
|Date:||Mon Sep 4, 2006|
|Telephone:||+31 50 363 4369|
AbstractWe study polariton kinematic interactions in crystalline organic microcavities, in the strong coupling regime. In using the Bosonization procedure, the Frenkel excitons are transformed from free Paulions into interacting Bosons with kinematic interactions, which result within a cavity in polariton-polariton kinematic interactions. In a laterally confined microcavity, we calculate the scattering amplitude, and we obtain the effective potential for a scattering between two free polaritons. We show that the effective potential can be modulated by changing the exciton-cavity photon detuning, and we get a crossover of the effective potential from an attractive into a repulsive one. For the attractive potential case, the pole in the scattering matrix is the signature of a polariton bound state, i. bipolariton. Due to the smallness of the polariton effective mass, the obtained bound state is very shallow and appears below the minimum of the lower polariton branch.
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