Coherent control in a semiconductor optical amplifier operating at room temperature.


Quantum decoherence times in semiconductors are extremely short, particularly at room temperature where the quantum phase is completely erased in a fraction of a picosecond. However, they are still of finite duration during which the quantum phase is well defined and can be tailored. Recently, we demonstrated that quantum coherent phenomena can be easily… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6025


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