Lilia Meza-Montes

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The role of electronic interactions in the level structure of semiconductor quantum dots is analyzed in terms of the correspondence to the integrability of a classical system that models these structures. We find that an otherwise simple system is made strongly non-integrable in the classical regime by the introduction of particle interactions. In(More)
Electronic and optical properties of InAs/GaAs nanostructures grown by the droplet epitaxy method are studied. Carrier states were determined by k · p theory including effects of strain and In gradient concentration for a model geometry. Wavefunctions are highly localized in the dots. Coulomb and exchange interactions are studied and we found the system is(More)
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