Strongly-Correlated Electron-Photon Systems
A new paradigm for materials design emerges when a concerted interaction between strongly correlated materials, photons and phonons is established. Here we present some new avenues for the design and control of materials in and out of equilibrium by exploring the formation of strongly hybridized light-matter hybrids that lead the relation of fundamentally new materials functionalities.
It seems that the most important conclusion of the work is that the usual formulate for $T_c \propto \exp(-1/\lambda)$ does not apply. Is it correct?
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