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InP quantum dots in pillar microcavities : mode spectra and single-photon emission

InP quantum dots in pillar microcavities : mode spectra and single-photon emission

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BOMMER, Moritz, Wolfgang-Michael SCHULZ, Tim THOMAY, Martin TOMAS, Robert ROSSBACH, Michael JETTER, Alfred LEITENSTORFER, Rudolf BRATSCHITSCH, Peter MICHLER, 2010. InP quantum dots in pillar microcavities : mode spectra and single-photon emission. In: Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Institute of Physics Publishing (IOP). 210, 012010. ISSN 1742-6588. eISSN 1742-6596. Available under: doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/210/1/012010

@article{Bommer2010-03-02quant-52843, title={InP quantum dots in pillar microcavities : mode spectra and single-photon emission}, year={2010}, doi={10.1088/1742-6596/210/1/012010}, volume={210}, issn={1742-6588}, journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series}, author={Bommer, Moritz and Schulz, Wolfgang-Michael and Thomay, Tim and Tomas, Martin and Roßbach, Robert and Jetter, Michael and Leitenstorfer, Alfred and Bratschitsch, Rudolf and Michler, Peter}, note={Article Number: 012010} }

Schulz, Wolfgang-Michael Thomay, Tim Jetter, Michael Tomas, Martin Bratschitsch, Rudolf Jetter, Michael Michler, Peter Roßbach, Robert Bommer, Moritz 2021-02-15T13:31:31Z Schulz, Wolfgang-Michael Michler, Peter Leitenstorfer, Alfred eng We have investigated mode spectra and single-photon emission from InP quantum dots in a pillar microcavity. Micropillars are fabricated by milling a planar AlAs/AlGaAs cavity with a focused ion beam, containing self assembled InP quantum dots embedded in AlGaInP barriers as the active medium. We performed micro-photoluminescence measurements to characterize the mode spectra and compared them with a theoretical model revealing excellent agreement. Quality factors up to 3700 were achieved. Furthermore almost background-free single-photon emission was verified by second-order photon auto-correlation measurements under pulsed excitation, yielding g<sup>(2)</sup>(0) values of 0.15. 2021-02-15T13:31:31Z Thomay, Tim Tomas, Martin InP quantum dots in pillar microcavities : mode spectra and single-photon emission 2010-03-02 Roßbach, Robert Bratschitsch, Rudolf Leitenstorfer, Alfred Bommer, Moritz

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