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Department of Physics

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Publication details for Prof Richard Abram

Liew, TCH, Kavokin, AV, Ostatnicky, T, Kaliteevski, M, Shelykh, IA & Abram, RA (2010). Exciton-polariton integrated circuits. Physical Review B 82(3): 033302.

Author(s) from Durham

Abstract

We show that logical signals encoded in bistable states in semiconductor microcavities can be generated and controlled electronically by exploiting the electrical sensitivity of Tamm-plasmon–exciton-polariton modes. The signals can be transported along polariton neurons, created with a patterned metal surface. Using the Gross-Pitaevskii equations, we simulate an electrically controlled transistor and find that high repetition rates (10 GHz) are possible.