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Publication Citation: On-demand Single Photons from Individual Epitaxial Quantum Dots

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Author(s): Richard P. Mirin; Martin J. Stevens;
Title: On-demand Single Photons from Individual Epitaxial Quantum Dots
Published: October 24, 2005
Abstract: We will describe our group's efforts to use epitaxial InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots as sources of on-demand single photons and indistinguishable single photons. We have demonstrated second order intensity correlation measurements, g2τ, with g2(0) as low as 0.09 at 5 K. g2(0) < 0.5 is demonstrated at temperatures up to 120 K, and nonclassical light is seen to 135 K. We will describe our progress towards microcavity-enhanced emission from single quantum dots, which is necessary for indistinguishable photon emission in this system.
Proceedings: Proc., Single Photon Sources and Detectors Workshop
Pages: 2 pp.
Location: Teddington, UK
Dates: October 24-26, 2005
Keywords: antibunching,quantum dots,single photons
Research Areas: Quantum Optics
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