Optical properties of semiconductor nanostructures: decoherence versus quantum control
by Ulrich Hohenester
Publisher: arXiv 2004
Number of pages: 129
Optical spectroscopy and quantum control of semiconductor quantum dots has become a vivid field of research. The recent progress in both theory and experiment is reviewed, with emphasis on theoretical and computational concepts.
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