Theory of few photon dynamics in light emitting quantum dot devices
- Conference date: 28–30 October 2009
- Location: Bad Honnef (Germany)
We present a modified cluster expansion to describe single‐photon emitters in a semiconductor environment. We calculate microscopically to what extent semiconductor features in quantum dot‐wetting layer systems alter the exciton and photon dynamics in comparison to the atom‐like emission dynamics. We access these systems by the photon‐probability‐cluster‐expansion: a reliable approach for few photon dynamics in many body electron systems. As a first application, we show that the amplitude of vacuum Rabi flops determines the number of electrons in the quantum dot.
- Cluster dynamics
- Many body systems
- Quantum dots
- Many body problems
- Quantum dot devices
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