Time resolved photoluminescence from a semiconductor microcavity - Temperature dependence and role of leaky modes.

Time resolved photoluminescence in semiconductor microcavities in the strong coupling regime both for non-resonant and resonant excitation is modeled by considering scattering of exciton polaritons by acoustic phonons. Rise time and decay time of the luminescence signal are studied as a function of temperature. The polariton bottleneck effect is put into evidence in model structures which are free of leaky modes. In realistic structures these modes are instead expected to play a dominant role in the relaxation of non-resonant photoluminescence.


Published in:
Microcavities And Photonic Bandgaps: Physics And Applications, 324, 87-94
Presented at:
NATO Advanced Study Institute on Quantum Optics in Wavelength Scale Structures, CORSICA, FRANCE, AUG 26-SEP 02, 1995
Year:
1996
Publisher:
KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBL, 101 PHILIP DRIVE, NORWELL, MA 02061
ISBN:
0-7923-4170-8
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