Cavity polaritons have been shown these last years to exhibit a rich variety of nonlinear behaviors which could be used in new polariton based devices. Operation in the strong coupling regime under electrical injection remains a key step toward a practical polariton device. We report here on the realization of a polariton based light-emitting diode using a GaAs microcavity with doped Bragg mirrors. Both photocurrent and electroluminescence spectra are governed by cavity polaritons up to 100 K.

Polariton light-emitting diode in a GaAs-based microcavity

BAJONI, DANIELE;
2008

Abstract

Cavity polaritons have been shown these last years to exhibit a rich variety of nonlinear behaviors which could be used in new polariton based devices. Operation in the strong coupling regime under electrical injection remains a key step toward a practical polariton device. We report here on the realization of a polariton based light-emitting diode using a GaAs microcavity with doped Bragg mirrors. Both photocurrent and electroluminescence spectra are governed by cavity polaritons up to 100 K.
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