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Coherent light-matter interaction in semiconductor quantum dots
|Series||Berichte aus der Physik|
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|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
This book reviews recent advances in the exciting and rapidly growing field of semiconductor quantum dots via contributions from some of the most prominent researchers in the scientific community. Special focus is given to optical, quantum optical, and spin properties of single quantum dots due to their potential applications in devices. = ASSESSMENT OF CURRENT RESULTS AND OUTLOOK ON FUTURE EFFORTS = QUANTUM COMPUTING SEMICONDUCTOR QUANTUM DOTS A. Physical approach and perspective. III-V Semiconductor heterostructures (e.g. GaAs, InP, InAs, etc) form the backbone of today’s opto-electronics combining ultrafast electronics (e.g. HEMT), low-power optics together with .
Strongly coupled quantum dot-cavity systems provide a non-linear configuration of hybridized light-matter states with promising quantum-optical applications. Here, we investigate the coherent interaction between strong laser pulses and quantum dot-cavity by: Probing different regimes of strong field light–matter interaction with semiconductor quantum dots and few cavity photons F Hargart 1,5, K Roy-Choudhury 2, T John 1, S L Portalupi 1, C Schneider 3, S Höfling 3,4, M Kamp 3, S Hughes 2 and P Michler 1Cited by: 3.
Chiral quantum light-matter interactions are a recently discovered consequence of using nanophotonic platforms for quantum optical experiments. In chiral scenarios, the light-matter interaction is strongly directional, meaning that the interaction of photons with a quantum dot strongly depends on which way they travel, allowing for the design. Abstract. Fundamentals of zero-dimensional nanostructures -- Growth and characterization of self-assembled semiconductor macroatoms -- Ultrafast coherent spectroscopy of single semiconductor quantum dots -- Few-particle effects in semiconductor macroatoms/molecules -- Electron-phonon interaction in semiconductor quantum dots -- Phonon-induced decoherence in semiconductor quantum dots .
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Quantum optics with single quantum dots in photonic crystal and micro cavities are explored in detail, before part two goes on to review nanolasers with quantum dot emitters.
Light-matter interaction in semiconductor nanostructures, including photon statistics and photoluminescence, is the focus of part three, whilst part four explores all-solid-state quantum optics, crystal nanobeam cavities and quantum-dot microcavity : Paperback.
Coherence in light-matter interaction is a necessary ingredient if light is used to control the quantum state of a material system. Coherent effects are firmly associated with isolated systems. Dots in Micro ca vities 45 3. 1 Preliminary Considerations ab out QD Micro ca vit y Lasers 48 3.
2 Dynamic Laser Equations 53 3. Numerical Results 64 3. 4 Comparison with Exp erimen ts 70 3. 5 Pulsed and Con tin uous-W a v e Excitation in A tomic Semiconductor QD Lasers.
74 3. 6 Conclusion 81 4. First-Order Coherence in Quan tum-Dot Micro ca. Exploiting coherent light-matter interactions in semiconductor quantum dot — Cavity systems Article May with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Coherent light-matter interactions Jean-Louis Le Gouët 1.
Introduction The blackbody radiation is the most common expression of light in astrophysics. Classical electrodynamics offers the usual framework to describe thermal radiation, but covers a much wider range of electromagnetic phenomena. The scope of classical electrodynamics also spills Author: Jean-Louis Le Gouët.
This Review is focused on the fundamentals and recent progress in the generation of single photons, entangled photon pairs, and photonic cluster states using semiconductor quantum dots. Specific fundamentals which are discussed are a detailed quantum description of light, properties of semiconductor quantum dots, and light–matter by: 2.
Abstract. We discuss the influence of the relative dimensionalities of electron and photon states on the interaction of light and matter in semiconductors. A variety of effects are to be expected, such as the Purcell effect or the strong light–matter coupling, based on the nature of the electronic excitations (independent electron or excitons) and on the nature (planar or 3D microcavities and photonic Cited by: 6.
quantum dot allowing state preparation, coherent manipulation, and projective read-out. These techniques are based on rapid electrical control of the exchange interaction. Separating and later recombining a singlet spin state provides a measurement of the spin dephasing time, T 2 * ~ 10 ns, limited by hyperfine interactions with the GaAs host.
We demonstrated coherent control of a quantum two-level system based on two-electron spin states in a double quantum dot, allowing state preparation, coherent manipulation, and projective readout. These techniques are based on rapid electrical control of the exchange interaction.
Separating and later recombining a singlet spin state provided a measurement of the spin dephasing Cited by: Review: Semiconductor Quantum Light Sources Overgrowth of the islands leads to the coherent incorporation of InxGa1-xAs dots into the crystal structure of the device, respectively The origin of this polarisation is an asymmetry in the electron-hole exchange interaction of the dotCited by: The light emission after optical excitation in a semiconductor quantum structure is dominated by exciton effects.
Excitons, that is, coulomb bound states of electron and hole, determine the optical properties of semiconductors near the fundamental band edge.
In the context of quantum information, the study of coherent interactions between single charges and spins in semiconductors and photons trapped in superconducting cavities is very relevant, as Cited by: 3.
Coherent Light-Matter Interactions in Monolayer Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides. Authors: (TMDs) by means of coherent light-matter interactions. The electronic valleys found in monolayer TMDs such as MoS2, WS2, and WSe2 are among the many novel properties exhibited by semiconductors when thinned down to a few atomic layers, and have have Brand: Springer International Publishing.
Electron spins in silicon quantum dots are attractive systems for quantum computing owing to their long coherence times and the promise of rapid scaling of the number of dots in a system using Cited by: Triggering and controlling quantum coherent light-matter interactions are key elements in the fundamental study of quantum mechanical systems and their potential applications for quantum information processing, communication, control of chemical reactions, semiconductor quantum dots (QDs), electron spins in differentAuthor: Ouri Karni, Akhilesh Kumar Mishra, Gadi Eisenstein, Vitalii Ivanov, Johann Peter Reithmaier.
The past few decades of research and development in solid-state semicon ductor physics and electronics have witnessed a rapid growth in the drive to exploit quantum mechanics in the design and function of semiconductor devices. This has been fueled for instance by the remarkable advances in our ability to fabricate nanostructures such as quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots.3/5(2).
Abstract. The interest in coherent and incoherent dynamics in novel semiconductor gain media and nanophotonic devices is driven by the wish to understand the optical gain spectrally, dynamically, and energetically for applications in optical amplifiers, lasers or specially designed multi-section devices.
The book focuses on recent advances in the optical control of coherence in excitonic and polaritonic systems as model systems for the complex semiconductor dynamics towards the goal of achieving quantum coherence control in solid-state. Special attention is given to. Coherent Electron Transport in Metamaterials of Integrated Semiconductor Quantum Dots and Biomolecules for Medical Imaging Applications Abstract: The fundamental research of many-body interactions and coherent transport of single particle elementary excitations exploiting strong-light matter interactions in artificial molecular metamaterials.
Purchase Quantum Coherence Correlation and Decoherence in Semiconductor Nanostructures - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. Detraction-Free Light-Matter Interaction Shannon Davis. Aug 0 63 views. Certain semiconductor structures, so-called quantum dots, might constitute the foundation of quantum communication.
They are an efficient interface between matter and light, with photons (light particles) emitted by the quantum dots transporting information.Lasers Understanding the Basics Coherent, Inc. Although lasers range from quantum-dot to football-field size and utilize materials from free electrons to solids, the underlying operating principles are always the same.
This article provides the basic information about how and why lasers work. Over.Optical Properties of Quantum Dots in Photonic Cavities and Plasmon-Coupled Dots: 8. Deterministic light-matter coupling using single quantum dots P. Senellart; 9. Quantum dots in photonic crystal cavities A.
Faraon, D. Englund, I. Fushman, A. Majumdar and J. Vukovic;