Demonstration of Bias-Controlled Algorithmic Tuning of Quantum Dots in a Well (DWELL) MidIR Detectors

@article{Jang2009DemonstrationOB,
  title={Demonstration of Bias-Controlled Algorithmic Tuning of Quantum Dots in a Well (DWELL) MidIR Detectors},
  author={Woo-Yong Jang and M. M. Hayat and J. Scott Tyo and R. S. Attaluri and T. E. Vandervelde and Y. D. Sharma and Rohit P Shenoi and A. Stintz and E. B. Cantwell and S. Bender and Sang Jun Lee and Sam Kyu Noh and Sanjay Krishna},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics},
  year={2009},
  volume={45},
  pages={674-683}
}
The quantum-confined Stark effect in intersublevel transitions present in quantum-dots-in-a-well (DWELL) detectors gives rise to a midIR spectral response that is dependent upon the detector's operational bias. The spectral responses resulting from different biases exhibit spectral shifts, albeit with significant spectral overlap. A postprocessing algorithm was developed by Sakoglu that exploited this bias-dependent spectral diversity to predict the continuous and arbitrary tunability of the… CONTINUE READING

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