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Observation of large spontaneous emission rate enhancement of quantum dots in a broken-symmetry slow-light waveguide

@inproceedings{Siampour2022ObservationOL,
  title={Observation of large spontaneous emission rate enhancement of quantum dots in a broken-symmetry slow-light waveguide},
  author={Hamidreza Siampour and Christopher O’Rourke and Alistair J. Brash and M N Makhonin and Ren{\'e} Dost and Dominic Hallett and Edmund Clarke and Pallavi Patil and M. S. Skolnick and A. Mark Fox},
  year={2022}
}
- Quantum states of light and matter can be manipulated on the nanoscale to provide a technological resource for aiding the implementation of scalable photonic quantum technologies 1-3 . Experimental progress relies on the quality and efficiency of the coupling between photons and internal states of quantum emitters 4-6 . Here we demonstrate a nanophotonic waveguide platform with embedded quantum dots (QDs) that enables both Purcell-enhanced emission and strong chiral coupling. The design uses… 

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