Our review on exciton-polariton condensates is now published in Nature Physics. It covers the basics and discusses some of the major issues such as the laser/BEC distinction, superfluidity, novel quantum phases, and applications to new technologies.
Our work on the theory of phase contrast imaging will appear in Physical Review Letters this week.
The theory was developed by Ebube Ilo-Okeke, and treats for the first time phase contrast imaging at the single shot level. Past works treated the problem as a continuous measurement.
One interesting statistic: according to […]
Our paper on metastable condensation of exciton-polaritons in a Kagome lattice was published today. This experimental paper discusses the effects of putting an exciton-polariton condensate inside a Kagome lattice structure, created by a periodic array of metal traps deposited on the surface. As has been observed with other lattice geometries, it causes metastable […]
Our paper “Macroscopic quantum computation using Bose-Einstein condensates” was published today in Physical Review A Rapid Communications. In this paper we use the collective states of two component BECs to encode quantum information, and make them do cool things such as quantum algorithms. We demonstrate this by simulating Grover’s algorithm on a system […]
Our paper on the photoluminescence of the negative branch of exciton-polariton condensates was published today in Phys. Rev. B. For strongly excited polariton condensates you get a weird effect where you not only see the regular energy momentum dispersion E=k^2, but a flipped version E=-k^2. This occurs because of the peculiar effects of Bogoliubov theory […]