Lifetimes and Quantum Efficiencies of Quantum Dots Deterministically Positioned in Photonic-Crystal Waveguides

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Lifetimes and Quantum Efficiencies of Quantum Dots Deterministically Positioned in Photonic-Crystal Waveguides. / Chu, Xiao-Liu; Pregnolato, Tommaso; Schott, Ruediger; Wieck, Andreas D.; Ludwig, Arne; Rotenberg, Nir; Lodahl, Peter.

In: Advanced Quantum Technologies, Vol. 3, No. 11, 2000026, 01.11.2020.

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Chu, X-L, Pregnolato, T, Schott, R, Wieck, AD, Ludwig, A, Rotenberg, N & Lodahl, P 2020, 'Lifetimes and Quantum Efficiencies of Quantum Dots Deterministically Positioned in Photonic-Crystal Waveguides', Advanced Quantum Technologies, vol. 3, no. 11, 2000026. https://doi.org/10.1002/qute.202000026

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Chu, X-L., Pregnolato, T., Schott, R., Wieck, A. D., Ludwig, A., Rotenberg, N., & Lodahl, P. (2020). Lifetimes and Quantum Efficiencies of Quantum Dots Deterministically Positioned in Photonic-Crystal Waveguides. Advanced Quantum Technologies, 3(11), [2000026]. https://doi.org/10.1002/qute.202000026

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Chu X-L, Pregnolato T, Schott R, Wieck AD, Ludwig A, Rotenberg N et al. Lifetimes and Quantum Efficiencies of Quantum Dots Deterministically Positioned in Photonic-Crystal Waveguides. Advanced Quantum Technologies. 2020 Nov 1;3(11). 2000026. https://doi.org/10.1002/qute.202000026

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Chu, Xiao-Liu ; Pregnolato, Tommaso ; Schott, Ruediger ; Wieck, Andreas D. ; Ludwig, Arne ; Rotenberg, Nir ; Lodahl, Peter. / Lifetimes and Quantum Efficiencies of Quantum Dots Deterministically Positioned in Photonic-Crystal Waveguides. In: Advanced Quantum Technologies. 2020 ; Vol. 3, No. 11.

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