I. Pilgrim

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Disorder increasingly affects performance as electronic devices are reduced in size. The ionized dopants used to populate a device with electrons are particularly problematic, leading to unpredictable changes in the behavior of devices such as quantum dots each time they are cooled for use. We show that a quantum dot can be used as a highly sensitive probe(More)
A. P. Micolich1,∗, A. M. See1, B. C. Scannell2, C. A. Marlow2, T. P. Martin1,2,∗∗, I. Pilgrim2, A. R. Hamilton1, H. Linke3, and R. P. Taylor2 1 School of Physics, The University of New South Wales, Sydney NSW 2052, Australia 2 Materials Science Institute, Physics Department, University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403-1274, USA 3 Solid State Physics and nmC@LU,(More)
Disorder increasingly affects performance as electronic devices are reduced in size. The ionized dopants used to populate a device with electrons are particularly problematic, leading to unpredictable changes in the behaviour of devices such as quantum dots each time they are cooled for use. We show that a quantum dot can be used as a highly sensitive probe(More)
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