Deterministic photon pairs and coherent optical control of a single quantum dot.

@article{Jayakumar2013DeterministicPP,
  title={Deterministic photon pairs and coherent optical control of a single quantum dot.},
  author={Harishankar Jayakumar and Ana Predojevi{\vc} and Tobias Huber and Thomas Kauten and Glenn S. Solomon and Gregor Weihs},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 13},
  pages={
          135505
        }
}
The strong confinement of semiconductor excitons in a quantum dot gives rise to atomlike behavior. The full benefit of such a structure is best observed in resonant excitation where the excited state can be deterministically populated and coherently manipulated. Because of the large refractive index and device geometry it remains challenging to observe resonantly excited emission that is free from laser scattering in III/V self-assembled quantum dots. Here we exploit the biexciton binding… Expand

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