A. Benz, S. Campione, J.F. Klem, M.B. Sinclair, and I. Brener
We present experimental evidence that the Rabi splitting observed in metamaterials-semiconductor strongly-coupled systems is directly proportional to the capacitance of the resonator
Significance and Impact
Now we know how to maximize light matter interaction between metallic nanocavities and dipoles/emitters. This could enable polariton lasing & luminescence and new types of detectors or sensors.
–Fabricated metamaterial arrays on top a two-level using an intersubband transition in a semiconductor heterostructure.
–measured Rabi-splitting from transmission curves for different resonator geometries.
–correlated measurements with equivalent electrical circuit model (published recently by us) to describe the light−matter interaction in these systems.