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Quantum electrodynamics of semiconducting nanomaterials in optical microcavities

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Semiconducting nanocrystals in open-access microcavities are promising systems in which enhanced light-matter interactions lead to quantum effects such as the modulation of the spontaneous emission process and exciton-polariton formation. In this thesis I present improvements of the open cavity platform which serves to confine the electromagnetic field with mode volumes down to the λ3 regime and demonstrate results in both the weak and strong coupling regimes of cavity quantum e...

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MPLS
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Materials
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2018-07-10

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