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Lasing from dressed dots

A theoretical analysis of asymmetric dressed quantum dots in a photonic crystal cavity suggests that the system could form a new type of solid-state terahertz laser. However, an experimental realization will likely require advances in fabrication technology.

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    • Simone De Liberato

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