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Photoluminescence studies of single GaSb quantum rings. / Young, Matthew; Roberts, Jonny; Woodhead, Christopher; Noori, Yasir; Sanchez, A.; Smakman, E. P.; Koenraad, P.M.; Hayne, Manus; Young, Robert.

2014. Abstract from UK Semiconductors Conference, United Kingdom.

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Young, M, Roberts, J, Woodhead, C, Noori, Y, Sanchez, A, Smakman, EP, Koenraad, PM, Hayne, M & Young, R 2014, 'Photoluminescence studies of single GaSb quantum rings', UK Semiconductors Conference, United Kingdom, 10/07/14.

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Young, M., Roberts, J., Woodhead, C., Noori, Y., Sanchez, A., Smakman, E. P., Koenraad, P. M., Hayne, M., & Young, R. (2014). Photoluminescence studies of single GaSb quantum rings. Abstract from UK Semiconductors Conference, United Kingdom.

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Young M, Roberts J, Woodhead C, Noori Y, Sanchez A, Smakman EP et al. Photoluminescence studies of single GaSb quantum rings. 2014. Abstract from UK Semiconductors Conference, United Kingdom.

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Young, Matthew ; Roberts, Jonny ; Woodhead, Christopher ; Noori, Yasir ; Sanchez, A. ; Smakman, E. P. ; Koenraad, P.M. ; Hayne, Manus ; Young, Robert. / Photoluminescence studies of single GaSb quantum rings. Abstract from UK Semiconductors Conference, United Kingdom.

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abstract = "True sources of quantum light, where the number of photons in a pulse can be precisely tailored, prove to be a valuable resource in many emerging technologies. These include quantum key distribution, metrology and sub-diffraction limited imaging. Using individual zero-dimensional nanostructures within a structure can allow devices such as quantum light sources, such as single photon emitters1 and high-fidelity entangled photon sources2,3 to be created. The majority of research into nanostructures for quantum light sources has been self-assembled InAs/GaAs quantum dots. This system is, however, limited to low temperature operation. An alternate material system will be presented in this work, looking to overcome this limitation: GaSb/GaAs quantum rings. These heterostructures exhibit a type-II band alignment and have a very large hole confining potential. With its strong hole confinement the rings can emit light at room temperature. Results from micro-photoluminescence measurements on the dot system will be presented alongside scanning probe microscopy.",
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AU - Roberts, Jonny

AU - Woodhead, Christopher

AU - Noori, Yasir

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AU - Koenraad, P.M.

AU - Hayne, Manus

AU - Young, Robert

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