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Coherent excitation of a nonlinear microcavity

Abstract : Coherent excitation of a nonlinear semiconductor microcavity is theoretically reported. It intends to counterbalance the frequency drift of the cavity resonance driven by the nonlinear refractive effects, which causes a limitation in the energy coupling efficiency of an input pulse into the cavity resonance. We show that exciting such a nonlinear microcavity with tailored chirped pulses allows to maintain the benefit of light localization and to further enhance light-matter interactions, opening the way to the realization of highly efficient nonlinear devices.
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Jérémy Oden, Stephane Trebaol, Philippe Delaye, Nicolas Dubreuil. Coherent excitation of a nonlinear microcavity. Journal of the European Optical Society : Rapid publications, European Optical Society, 2013, 8, pp.13046. ⟨10.2971/jeos.2013.13046⟩. ⟨hal-00847306⟩

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