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Introduction to Photonic Quantum Dot Nanomaterials and Devices | p. 1 |
Physical Properties of Quantum Dots | p. 1 |
Active Semiconductor Gain Media | p. 2 |
Quantum Dot Lasers | p. 4 |
Heterostructure lasers | p. 4 |
Active nanomaterials | p. 5 |
Laser Cavities | p. 6 |
In-plane edge-emitting lasers | p. 7 |
Vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers | p. 8 |
High-power laser amplifiers | p. 9 |
Coupled-cavity systems | p. 10 |
Optically excited nano systems | p. 11 |
QD metastructures | p. 11 |
References | p. 12 |
Theory of Quantum Dot Light-Matter Dynamics | p. 15 |
Rate Equations | p. 19 |
Maxwell-Bloch Equations | p. 24 |
Mesoscopic two-level approach | p. 25 |
Mesoscopic Maxwell-Bloch description of multi-level quantum dot systems | p. 29 |
Optical field dynamics | p. 30 |
Carrier dynamics within a quantum dot | p. 34 |
Quantum Luminescence Equations | p. 38 |
Quantum Theoretical Description | p. 42 |
References | p. 43 |
Light Meets Matter I: Microscopic Carrier Effects and Fundamental Light-Matter Interaction | p. 45 |
Dynamics in the Active Charge Carrier Plasma | p. 46 |
Intra-dot carrier scattering | p. 47 |
Phonon induced carrier scattering between quantum dots and wetting layer | p. 48 |
Auger scattering processes involving OD and 2D carriers | p. 49 |
Level and gain dynamics | p. 51 |
Dynamics of carrier scattering rates | p. 54 |
Dynamic Level Hole Burning | p. 57 |
Ultrashort Nonlinear Gain and Index Dynamics | p. 62 |
Conclusion | p. 69 |
References | p. 69 |
Light Meets Matter II: Mesoscopic Space-Time Dynamics | p. 71 |
Introduction: Transverse and Longitudinal Mode Dynamics | p. 71 |
Influence of the Transverse Degree of Freedom and Nano-Structuring on Nearfield Dynamics and Spectra | p. 72 |
Longitudinal Modes | p. 77 |
Coupled Space-Time Dynamics in the Active Area | p. 78 |
Influence of injection level and geometry | p. 79 |
Influence of disorder: the spatially inhomogeneous quantum dot ensemble | p. 83 |
Light fluctuations and mode competition in quantum dot cavities | p. 86 |
Conclusion | p. 97 |
References | p. 97 |
Performance and Characterisation: Properties on Large Time and Length Scales | p. 101 |
Introduction | p. 101 |
Spatial and Spectral Beam Quality | p. 102 |
Dynamic Amplitude Phase Coupling | p. 105 |
Conclusion | p. 113 |
References | p. H3 |
Nonlinear Pulse Propagation in Semiconductor Quantum Dot Lasers | p. 115 |
Dynamic Shaping of Short Optical Pulses | p. 116 |
Nonlinear Femtosecond Dynamics of Ultrashort Light Pulses | p. 118 |
Self-induced propagation control: tunable propagation speed | p. 118 |
Propagation control by a second pulse | p. 123 |
Conclusion | p. 125 |
References | p. 125 |
High-Speed Dynamics | p. 127 |
Mode-Locking in Multi-Section Quantum Dot Lasers | p. 127 |
Dependence of Pulse Duration on Injection Current, Bias Voltage and Device Geometry | p. 129 |
Radio Frequency Spectra of the Emitted Light | p. 132 |
Short-Pulse Optimisation | p. 134 |
Conclusion | p. 136 |
References | p. 137 |
Quantum Dot Random Lasers | p. 139 |
Spatially Inhomogeneous Semiconductor Quantum Dot Ensembles | p. 139 |
Gain spectra | p. 141 |
Spatial and spectral hole burning | p. 142 |
Coherence Properties | p. 145 |
Random Lasing in Semiconductor Quantum Dot Ensembles | p. 150 |
The physics of random lasing | p. 150 |
Lasers with strong disorder: incoherent feedback | p. 152 |
Lasers with weak disorder: coherent feedback | p. 155 |
Conclusion | p. 157 |
References | p. 157 |
Coherence Properties of Quantum Dot Micro-Cavity Lasers | p. 159 |
Introduction | p. 159 |
Radial Signal Propagation and Coherence Trapping | p. 161 |
Influence of Disorder | p. 168 |
Conclusions | p. 170 |
References | p. 170 |
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