Abstract

We developed the theory of dipolaritons in semiconductor quantum wells irradiated by an off-resonant electromagnetic wave (dressing field). Solving the Floquet problem for the dressed dipolaritons, we demonstrated that the field drastically modifies all dipolaritonic properties. In particular, the dressing field strongly affects the terahertz emission from the considered system. The described effect paves the way for optical control of prospective dipolariton-based terahertz devices.

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