Deterministic positioning of nanophotonic waveguides around single self-assembled quantum dots

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Deterministic positioning of nanophotonic waveguides around single self-assembled quantum dots. / Pregnolato, T.; Chu, X-L; Schroeder, T.; Schott, R.; Wieck, A. D.; Ludwig, A.; Lodahl, P.; Rotenberg, N.

In: APL Photonics, Vol. 5, No. 8, 086101, 01.08.2020.

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Pregnolato, T, Chu, X-L, Schroeder, T, Schott, R, Wieck, AD, Ludwig, A, Lodahl, P & Rotenberg, N 2020, 'Deterministic positioning of nanophotonic waveguides around single self-assembled quantum dots', APL Photonics, vol. 5, no. 8, 086101. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5117888

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Pregnolato, T., Chu, X-L., Schroeder, T., Schott, R., Wieck, A. D., Ludwig, A., ... Rotenberg, N. (2020). Deterministic positioning of nanophotonic waveguides around single self-assembled quantum dots. APL Photonics, 5(8), [086101]. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5117888

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Pregnolato T, Chu X-L, Schroeder T, Schott R, Wieck AD, Ludwig A et al. Deterministic positioning of nanophotonic waveguides around single self-assembled quantum dots. APL Photonics. 2020 Aug 1;5(8). 086101. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5117888

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Pregnolato, T. ; Chu, X-L ; Schroeder, T. ; Schott, R. ; Wieck, A. D. ; Ludwig, A. ; Lodahl, P. ; Rotenberg, N. / Deterministic positioning of nanophotonic waveguides around single self-assembled quantum dots. In: APL Photonics. 2020 ; Vol. 5, No. 8.

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