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Optical generation and control of quantum coherence in semiconductor nanostructures / edited by Gabriela Slavcheva, Philippe Roussignol.

Contributor(s): Slavcheva, Gabriela [editor] | Roussignol, Philippe [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Nanoscience and Technology.Copyright date: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2010Edition: First Edition.Description: xx, 338 pages : illustrations (some colours) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783642124907 (hdbk. : acidfree paper); 3642124909 (hdbk. : acidfree paper); 9783642124914 (eISBN); 3642124917 (eISBN).Subject(s): Coherence (Nuclear physics) | Coherencia (Física nuclear) | Quantum optics | Óptica cuántica | Nanostructured materials | Materiales nanoestructurados | Semiconductors | SemiconductoresDDC classification: 537.6226
Partial contents:
Decoherence of intraband transitions in InAs quantum dots -- Spectral diffusion dephasing and motional narrowing in single semiconductor quantum dots -- Carrier spin dynamics in self-assembled quantum dots -- Optically induced spin rotations in quantum dots -- Ensemble spin coherence of singly charged InGaAs quantum dots -- Optically controlled spin dynamics in a magnetically doped quantum dot -- Coherent magneto-optical activity in a single chiral carbon nanotube -- Exciton and spin coherence in quantum dot lattices -- Quantum optics with interacting polaritons -- Spontaneous coherence within a gas of exciton-polaritons in Telluride microcavities -- Keldysh Green’s function approach to coherence in a non-equilibrium steady state: connecting Bose-Einstein condensation and lasing.
Abstract: The book focuses on recent advances in the optical control of coherence in excitonic and polaritonic systems as model systems for the complex semiconductor dynamics towards the goal of achieving quantum coherence control in solid-state. Special attention is given to the optical control of spin coherence. These front edge research topics are presented in the form of review articles by leading scientists.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Decoherence of intraband transitions in InAs quantum dots -- Spectral diffusion dephasing and motional narrowing in single semiconductor quantum dots -- Carrier spin dynamics in self-assembled quantum dots -- Optically induced spin rotations in quantum dots -- Ensemble spin coherence of singly charged InGaAs quantum dots -- Optically controlled spin dynamics in a magnetically doped quantum dot -- Coherent magneto-optical activity in a single chiral carbon nanotube -- Exciton and spin coherence in quantum dot lattices -- Quantum optics with interacting polaritons -- Spontaneous coherence within a gas of exciton-polaritons in Telluride microcavities -- Keldysh Green’s function approach to coherence in a non-equilibrium steady state: connecting Bose-Einstein condensation and lasing.

The book focuses on recent advances in the optical control of coherence in excitonic and polaritonic systems as model systems for the complex semiconductor dynamics towards the goal of achieving quantum coherence control in solid-state. Special attention is given to the optical control of spin coherence. These front edge research topics are presented in the form of review articles by leading scientists.

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