Cavity-quantum electrodynamics with quantum dots
Kiraz, A. and Reese, C. and Gayral, B. and Zhang, L. D. and Schoenfeld, W. V. and Gerardot, B. D. and Petroff, P. M. and Hu, E. L. and İmamoğlu, Ataç (2003) Cavity-quantum electrodynamics with quantum dots. Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics, 5 (2). pp. 129-137. ISSN 1464-4266
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1464-4266/5/2/303
Semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) have emerged as promising candidates for studying quantum optical phenomena. In particular, cavity-quantum electrodynamics effects can be investigated using a single QD embedded inside a photonic nanostructure, where both the carriers and photons are confined within sub-micron length scales in all three dimensions. Since QD location inside the cavity is fixed by the growth, this system is free of the stringent trapping requirements that limit its atomic counterpart. The possibility of fabricating photonic nanostructures with ultra-small optical-mode volumes and long photon lifetimes enhances the prospects for applications in quantum information processing.
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