Abstract

We demonstrate for the first time the generation of shock waves and standing bright soliton in an exciton polariton condensate resonantly created in a semiconductor microcavity, showing few ps rise time and 20ps persistence after 100fs excitation.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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