Coherent Rayleigh scattering and incoherent luminescence comprise the secondary emission from quantum well exciton following ultrafast resonant excitation. We show that coherent Rayleigh scattering forms a time-dependent speckle pattern and isolate in a single speckle the Rayleigh component from luminescence by obtaining both amplitude and phase using ultrafast spectral interferometry.
|Title of host publication||Ultrafast interfeometric investigation of resonant secondary emission from quantum well excitons|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|
|Event||OSA Optical Society of America Annual Meeting - Santa Clara, CA, United States|
Duration: 26 Sep 1999 → 1 Oct 1999
|Conference||OSA Optical Society of America Annual Meeting|
|City||Santa Clara, CA|
|Period||26/09/1999 → 01/10/1999|