In 1969 Mollow demonstrated that the fluorescence spectrum of a laser driven two-level atom has two Rabi sidebands in addition to a central Rayleigh-scattering peak, producing the so-called "Mollow Triplet" . This striking quantum optics phenomenon has been widely studied in a number of atomic and molecular systems for decades. But what happens when you coherently excite a single quantum dot in a solid state microcavity [2-5]?
Come to the talk and find out!
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