Quantum light sources using InAs quantum dots

David Ritchie

university of Cambridge

David Ritchie is Professor of Experimental Physics and Head of the Semiconductor Physics group at the Cavendish laboratory in Cambridge, UK. He received his first degree, in physics, from the University of Oxford in 1980 and his D Phil from the University of Sussex in 1986. Since then, he has been working on III-V semiconductor physics and has extensive experience of the growth, fabrication and measurement of low dimensional electronic and optical devices. He has published over 1100 papers and was awarded the 2008 Tabor medal and prize by the UK Institute of Physics.


I will describe work undertaken in collaboration between the Cavendish Laboratory and the Toshiba Research Europe Laboratory, based in Cambridge. In this research we have fabricated and demonstrated triggered sources of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. David Ritchie (university of Cambridge)

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Quantum dots


PL3b » Plenary Speeches (10:45 - Friday, 9th December, Amphitheatre 25)

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