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Quantum dot based nanophotonics and nanoelectronics

Quantum dot based nanophotonics and nanoelectronics

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Invention of non-disruptive fabrication technologies for semiconductor quantum dots presented a dream for generations of semiconductor device engineers. Today such technologies exist. A wealth of completely novel devices and such with dramatically improved properties based either on a single/few or a large density of quantum dots appears. Among them are single q-bit emitters, nano-flash memories, ultrafast lasers and amplifiers enabling a wealth of advanced systems.

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