Xaver P Vögele

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We study the influence of lithographically defined, electrostatic trap configurations on the photon emission from dipolar excitons in coupled quantum wells. The emission is surprisingly enhanced for an excitonic antitrap compared to a trap configuration, an effect more pronounced for a trap with smaller diameter. We explain the observations by the interplay(More)
We experimentally investigate the lateral diffusion of dipolar excitons in coupled quantum wells in two (2D) and one (1D) dimensions. In 2D, the exciton expansion obeys nonlinear temporal dynamics due to the repulsive dipole pressure at a high exciton density, in accordance with recent reports. In contrast, the observed 1D expansion behaves linearly in time(More)
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