The International Workshop on Theoretical and computational Nanophotonicss 3

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The International Workshop on Theoretical and computational Nanophotonicss ( TaCoNa-Photonics 2010); 3

An electrically-pumped single-photon source design with a predicted efficiency of 89% is proposed. The design is based on a quantum dot embedded in a photonic nanowire with tailored ends and optimized contact electrodes. Unlike cavity-based approaches, the photonic nanowire features broadband spontaneous emission control and an improved tolerance towards fabrication imperfections. The various builidng blocks of the design are analyzed using an elements-splitting approach.
Place: Bad Honnef, Germany

Jesper Mørk - Participant

The International Workshop on Theoretical and computational Nanophotonicss ( TaCoNa-Photonics 2010); 3

An electrically-pumped single-photon source design with a predicted efficiency of 89% is proposed. The design is based on a quantum dot embedded in a photonic nanowire with tailored ends and optimized contact electrodes. Unlike cavity-based approaches, the photonic nanowire features broadband spontaneous emission control and an improved tolerance towards fabrication imperfections. The various builidng blocks of the design are analyzed using an elements-splitting approach.
Place: Bad Honnef, Germany
3 Nov 20105 Nov 2010

Workshop

WorkshopThe International Workshop on Theoretical and computational Nanophotonicss 3
Number3
CountryGermany
CityBad Honnef
Period03/11/201005/11/2010

    Keywords

  • photonic wire, nanowire, single-photon source, electrical pumping
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