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Title: Tuning emission energy and fine structure splitting in quantum dots emitting in the telecom O-band
Authors: Höfer, B.Olbrich, F.Kettler, J.Paul, M.Höschele, J.Jetter, M.Portalupi, S.L.Ding, F.Michler, P.Schmidt, O.G.
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Issue Date: 2019
Published in: AIP Advances Vol. 9 (2019), No. 8
Publisher: College Park, MD : American Institute of Physics
Abstract: We report on optical investigations of MOVPE-grown InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots emitting at the telecom O-band that were integrated onto uniaxial piezoelectric actuators. This promising technique, which does not degrade the emission brightness of the quantum emitters, enables us to tune the quantum dot emission wavelengths and their fine-structure splitting. By spectrally analyzing the emitted light with respect to its polarization, we are able to demonstrate the cancelation of the fine structure splitting within the experimental resolution limit. This work represents an important step towards the high-yield generation of entangled photon pairs at telecommunication wavelength, together with the capability to precisely tune the emission to target wavelengths.
Keywords: Atomic physics; Gallium compounds; Nanocrystals; Piezoelectric actuators; Semiconducting indium gallium arsenide; Emission energies; Entangled photon pairs; Fine structure splitting; Optical investigation; Quantum dot emission; Quantum dots emitting; Resolution limits; Telecommunication wavelengths; Semiconductor quantum dots
DDC: 530
License: CC BY 4.0 Unported
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