By Frank Jahnke
An figuring out of the interplay among gentle and subject on a quantum point is of primary curiosity and has many functions in optical applied sciences. The quantum nature of the interplay has lately attracted nice realization for purposes of semiconductor nanostructures in quantum info processing. Quantum optics with semiconductor nanostructures is a key consultant to the speculation, experimental realisation, and destiny power of semiconductor nanostructures within the exploration of quantum optics.
Part one offers a accomplished evaluation of unmarried quantum dot structures, starting with a glance at resonance fluorescence emission. Quantum optics with unmarried quantum dots in photonic crystal and micro cavities are explored intimately, sooner than half is going directly to evaluate nanolasers with quantum dot emitters. Light-matter interplay in semiconductor nanostructures, together with photon information and photoluminescence, is the focal point of half 3, while half 4 explores all-solid-state quantum optics, crystal nanobeam cavities and quantum-dot microcavity structures. eventually, half 5 investigates ultrafast phenomena, together with femtosecond quantum optics and coherent optoelectronics with quantum dots.
With its uncommon editor and foreign group of specialist individuals, Quantum optics with semiconductor nanostructures is an important consultant for all these concerned with the examine, improvement, manufacture and use of semiconductors nanodevices, lasers and optical elements, in addition to scientists, researchers and students.
- A key consultant to the speculation, experimental realisation, and destiny capability of semiconductor nanostructures within the exploration of quantum optics
- Chapters supply a accomplished assessment of unmarried quantum dot platforms, nanolasers with quantum dot emitters, and light-matter interplay in semiconductor nanostructures
- Explores all-solid-state quantum optics, crystal nanobeam cavities and quantum-dot microcavity structures, and investigates ultrafast phenomena
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Quantum optics with semiconductor nanostructures by Frank Jahnke