Microcavities based on selenium and tellurium compounds: technology, magneto-optical properties and lasing

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dc.contributor.advisor Nawrocki, Michał
dc.contributor.advisor Pacuski, Wojciech
dc.contributor.author Rousset, Jean-Guy
dc.date.accessioned 2017-06-10T00:05:39Z
dc.date.available 2017-06-10T00:05:39Z
dc.date.issued 2017-04-26
dc.identifier.uri https://depotuw.ceon.pl/handle/item/2162
dc.description.abstract This work presents the development and optical investigations of semiconductor microcavities based on II-VI compounds. The most relevant results of this thesis concern the magneto-optical properties of semimagnetic cavity polaritons resulting from the strong coupling of excitons in a semimagnetic quantum well and cavity photons. Depending on the excitation power, we observe a linear or nonlinear dependence of the photoluminescence intensity as a function of this excitation power. In the linear regime, the giant Zeeman splitting of semimagnetic polaritons is studied and a model fitting the experimental results is proposed. In the nonlinear regime, semimagnetic polaritons Bose-Einstein condensates are studied in magnetic field. The condensation of semimagnetic polaritons triggered by magnetic field is evidenced and an interpretation of the magnetic field dependence of the threshold power is elaborated. The polarization properties of semimagnetic polaritons condensates emission are investigated and we find indices for a quenching of the Zeeman effect. A part of this thesis is devoted to technological aspects related to the design, MBE growth and optimization of microcavity structures in three material systems. We particularly focus on structures with non magnetic Bragg reflectors embedding semimagnetic quantum wells specially designed to enhance the magneto-optical properties of cavity polaritons. Important milestones results to achieve this goal are the characterization of the strong coupling regime and the lasing action without losing the strong coupling regime i.e. the Bose-Einstein condensation of cavity polaritons. The results on the magneto-optical properties of semimagnetic cavity polaritons presented in this work pave the w
dc.language.iso en
dc.rights info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess
dc.subject Microcavity
dc.subject II-VI semiconductor
dc.subject polariton
dc.subject lasing
dc.subject semimagnetic polariton
dc.subject quantum dots
dc.subject magneto-optical properties.
dc.subject Mikrownęka
dc.subject półprzewodniki II-VI
dc.subject polaryton
dc.subject laserowanie
dc.subject półmagnetyczny polaryton
dc.subject kropki kwantowe
dc.subject właściwości magnetooptyczne.
dc.title Microcavities based on selenium and tellurium compounds: technology, magneto-optical properties and lasing
dc.title.alternative Mikrownęki zbudowane ze związków selenu i telluru: technologia, właściwości magneto-optyczne i laserowanie.
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis
dc.contributor.department Wydział Fizyki
dc.date.defence 2017-06-26
dc.identifier.apd 16051
dc.description.osid 206611
dc.contributor.email J-G.Rousset@fuw.edu.pl

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