Stephan Glutsch

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We numerically solve the Bloch-Torrey equation by discretizing the differential operators in real space using finite differences. The differential equation is either solved directly in time domain as initial-value problem or in frequency domain as boundary-value problem. Especially the solution in time domain is highly efficient and suitable for arbitrary(More)
A theory of time-resolved luminescence from photoexcited semiconductors is presented. It combines quantum kinetics of hot-carrier relaxation and quantum theory of spontaneous emission. Model calculations show the "transfer" of photoluminescence from the initial signal at the pump frequency via subsequent phonon replicas until the buildup of luminescence at(More)
We investigate the energy spectrum and the electron dynamics of a band in a semiconductor superlattice as a function of the electric field. Linear optical spectroscopy shows that, for high fields, the well-known localization of the Bloch states is followed by a field-induced delocalization, associated with Zener breakdown. Using time-resolved measurements,(More)
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