13 October 2014 Room-temperature single-photon sources based on nanocrystal fluorescence in photonic/plasmonic nanostructures
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Results are presented here towards robust room-temperature SPSs based on fluorescence in nanocrystals: colloidal quantum dots, color-center diamonds and doped with trivalent rare-earth ions (TR3+). We used cholesteric chiral photonic bandgap and Bragg-reflector microcavities for single emitter fluorescence enhancement. We also developed plasmonic bowtie nanoantennas and 2D-Si-photonic bandgap microcavities. The paper also provides short outlines of other technologies for room-temperature single-photon sources.
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S. G. Lukishova, S. G. Lukishova, J. M. Winkler, J. M. Winkler, L. J. Bissell, L. J. Bissell, D. Mihaylova, D. Mihaylova, Andreas C. Liapis, Andreas C. Liapis, Z. Shi, Z. Shi, D. Goldberg, D. Goldberg, V. M. Menon, V. M. Menon, R. W. Boyd, R. W. Boyd, G. Chen, G. Chen, P. Prasad, P. Prasad, } "Room-temperature single-photon sources based on nanocrystal fluorescence in photonic/plasmonic nanostructures", Proc. SPIE 9254, Emerging Technologies in Security and Defence II; and Quantum-Physics-based Information Security III, 925405 (13 October 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2066979; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2066979
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