This work reports a detailed study of quasi-guided mode resonances in metallodielectric photonic crystal slabs, focusing on the interaction with the intersubband transition supported by a multiple quantum well embedded in the photonic crystal itself. The strong light-matter coupling regime is obtained at room temperature in the mid-infrared spectral range, and its spectral fingerprints are analyzed in the framework of a Fano line-shape model. We propose an estimate of the light-matter coupling coefficient for arbitrarily shaped resonant cavities embedding multiple quantum wells supporting intersubband transitions, obtaining good agreement between theoretical calculations and experimental results.

Analysis of line shapes and strong coupling with intersubband transitions in one-dimensional metallodielectric photonic crystal slabs

Tredicucci, Alessandro;
2012

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This work reports a detailed study of quasi-guided mode resonances in metallodielectric photonic crystal slabs, focusing on the interaction with the intersubband transition supported by a multiple quantum well embedded in the photonic crystal itself. The strong light-matter coupling regime is obtained at room temperature in the mid-infrared spectral range, and its spectral fingerprints are analyzed in the framework of a Fano line-shape model. We propose an estimate of the light-matter coupling coefficient for arbitrarily shaped resonant cavities embedding multiple quantum wells supporting intersubband transitions, obtaining good agreement between theoretical calculations and experimental results.
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