Cavity-enhanced coherent light scattering from a quantum dot

@article{Bennett2016CavityenhancedCL,
  title={Cavity-enhanced coherent light scattering from a quantum dot},
  author={Anthony J. Bennett and James P Lee and David J. P. Ellis and Thomas Meany and Eoin Murray and Frederik F. Floether and J. Griffths and Ian Farrer and David A. Ritchie and Andrew J. Shields},
  journal={Science Advances},
  year={2016},
  volume={2}
}
A microcavity enhances the efficiency of resonant photon scattering, generating pure indistinguishable single photons. The generation of coherent and indistinguishable single photons is a critical step for photonic quantum technologies in information processing and metrology. A promising system is the resonant optical excitation of solid-state emitters embedded in wavelength-scale three-dimensional cavities. However, the challenge here is to reject the unwanted excitation to a level below the… 
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