Abstract

In the strong light-matter coupling regime, half-light, half-matter states termed polaritons are created. We will describe how in this regime, light can acquire strong nonlinearities and exhibit fascinating phenomena such as superfluidity. At the same time, we will describe how strong light-matter coupling can be used to modify the photophysical processes that occur in organic molecules, such as intersystem crossing and chemical reactions.

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