Semiconductor quantum dots, especially those formed by self-organized growth, are considered a promising material system for future optical devices  and the optical properties of quantum dot ensembles have been investigated in detail over the past years. Recently, considerable interest has developed in the study of single quantum dots, characterized by sharp atomic-like transition lines revealing their zero-dimensional density of states. Substantial information about the fundamental properties of individual quantum dots, as well as their interactions with other dots and the host lattice, can be derived from such studies.
|Title of host publication||Northern Optics 2000, Program and summaries of contributions|
|Place of Publication||Stockholm|
|Publisher||Swedish Optical Societt|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
|Event||Northern Optics 2000 - Uppsala, Sweden|
Duration: 6 Jun 2000 → 8 Jun 2000
|Conference||Northern Optics 2000|
|Period||06/06/2000 → 08/06/2000|
Leosson, K., Østergaard, J. E., Jensen, J. R., & Hvam, J. M. (2000). High-resolution photoluminescence studies of single semiconductor quantum dots. In Northern Optics 2000, Program and summaries of contributions Swedish Optical Societt.