Efficient deterministic giant photon phase shift from a single charged quantum dot

@article{Androvitsaneas2017EfficientDG,
  title={Efficient deterministic giant photon phase shift from a single charged quantum dot},
  author={Petros Androvitsaneas and A. B. Young and Joseph Lennon and Christian Schneider and Stefan A. Maier and J. J. Hinchliff and George Atkinson and E. Harbord and Martin Kamp and Sven H{\"o}fling and John G. Rarity and Ruth Oulton},
  journal={2017 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)},
  year={2017},
  pages={1-1}
}
We demonstrate a deterministic shift in phase of an input single photon by a negatively charged quantum dot in a low Q-factor, high output efficiency micropillar cavity, with values up to 2π/3. 

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