Publication detail

Local Optical Nanometrology of Artificial Molecules

GRMELA, L. KALA, J. TOMÁNEK, P.

Original Title

Local Optical Nanometrology of Artificial Molecules

English Title

Local Optical Nanometrology of Artificial Molecules

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Optical properties of structures with artificial molecules (AMs), composed of pairs of vertically connected QDs, were not yet sufficiently studied in details. Meanwhile, these structures have been presented as a principal element of quantum computer. Furthermore, the emitters of mid IR and THz regions can be designed on the basis of AMs, because the splitting energy of ground state in an AM is a function of the thickness of spacer and lies in the range from several meV to some tens of meV. Therefore the local optical investigation of these structures using SNOM is of a great interest.

English abstract

Optical properties of structures with artificial molecules (AMs), composed of pairs of vertically connected QDs, were not yet sufficiently studied in details. Meanwhile, these structures have been presented as a principal element of quantum computer. Furthermore, the emitters of mid IR and THz regions can be designed on the basis of AMs, because the splitting energy of ground state in an AM is a function of the thickness of spacer and lies in the range from several meV to some tens of meV. Therefore the local optical investigation of these structures using SNOM is of a great interest.

Keywords

quantum dots; artificial molecule; near-field optics; nanometrology.

Released

16.10.2006

Publisher

European Optical Society

Location

Hannover

ISBN

3-00-019-533-4

Book

EOS Topical Meeting on Nanophotonics, Metamaterials and optical microcavity

Edition

Tome 3

Pages from

124

Pages to

126

Pages count

3

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT20036,
  author="Lubomír {Grmela} and Jaroslav {Kala} and Pavel {Tománek}",
  title="Local Optical Nanometrology of Artificial Molecules",
  annote="Optical properties of structures with artificial molecules (AMs), composed of pairs of vertically connected QDs, were not yet sufficiently studied in details. Meanwhile, these structures have been presented as a principal element of quantum computer. Furthermore, the emitters of mid IR and THz regions can be designed on the basis of AMs, because the splitting energy of ground state in an AM is a function of the thickness of spacer and lies in the range from several meV to some tens of meV. Therefore the local optical investigation of these structures using SNOM is of a great interest.",
  address="European Optical Society",
  booktitle="EOS Topical Meeting on Nanophotonics, Metamaterials and optical microcavity",
  chapter="20036",
  edition="Tome 3",
  institution="European Optical Society",
  year="2006",
  month="october",
  pages="124--126",
  publisher="European Optical Society",
  type="conference paper"
}