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Nanophotonic Lasers and Spontaneous Light Sources: Scaling Trends for Speed, Efficiency, and Quantum Light Generation Using Single Quantum Dots

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7 Author(s)
Deppe, D.G. ; Central Florida Univ., Orlando ; Freisem, S. ; Chen, H. ; Ozgur, G.
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Theory and experimental results for nonphotonic devices based on epitaxial nanostructures will be presented. The devices include new types of quantum light sources, high speed nanoscale laser diodes, and energy conversion devices for harvesting thermal energy.

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Nano-Optoelectronics Workshop, 2007. i-NOW '07. International

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July 29 2007-Aug. 11 2007

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