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Objective: Under high magnetic field and at low temperatures, Electronic interactions in a two-dimensional electron gas
give rise to exotic, Strongly correlated many-body quantum hall states.
In a reciprocal approach, we will exploit the many-body nature of optical excitations in a two-dimensional electron gas
to enhance polariton-polariton interactions.