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Semiconductor Quantum Science and Technology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128237731

Semiconductor Quantum Science and Technology, Volume 105

1st Edition

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Serial Volume Editors: Steven Cundiff Mack Kira
Hardcover ISBN: 9780128237731
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st November 2020
Page Count: 422
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Table of Contents

1. Scaling Single Photon Sources in a Photonic Integrated Circuit
Pei-Cheng Ku
2. Microcavity Exciton Polaritons
Long Zhang
3. Ultrastrong Coupling in Semiconductors
Junichiro Kono
4. Quantum integrated photonic circuits
Stephan Reitzenstein
5. Quantum Optics with Quantum Dots
Manfred Bayer
6. Valley exciton in monolayer semiconductors and moiré superlattices
Wang Yao
7. Generation of quantum states of light
Glen Solomon
8. Coherent control of a quantum dot ensemble
Takeshi Suzuki
9. Chapter Title to be confirmed
Shuo Sun
10. Quantum spectroscopy with semiconductors
Mackillo Kira and Steven Cundiff
11. High-fidelity quantum-light sources
Pascale Senellart
12. Cluster states
David Gershoni


Description

Semiconductor quantum science and technology is exploring the exciting and emerging prospects of integrating quantum functionality on semiconductor platforms to convert current information technology into quantum information technology. The past twenty years have led to incredible advances in this field. This book brings together the leading scientists who present the main achievements and challenges by reviewing and motivating the state-of-the-art at a tutorial level. The key challenges include creating quantum-light sources, quantum information processing via strong light-matter interaction, discovering new quantum materials as well as quasiparticles, and determining new quantum spectroscopic methodologies for superior control of quantum phenomena. As an important step, integration of these solutions on a semiconductor chip is discussed, and outlook for the future of semiconductor quantum science and technology is given.

Key Features

  • Leading experts present their vision on semiconductor quantum science and technology
  • All aspects needed to realize semiconductor quantum science and technology are explained
  • Quantum semiconductors from overviewed a tutorial introduction to the state-of-the-art

Readership

General quantum science and technology community, from undergraduate students to researchers


Details

No. of pages:
422
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 2020
Published:
1st November 2020
Imprint:
Academic Press
Hardcover ISBN:
9780128237731

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About the Serial Volume Editors

Steven Cundiff

Steven Cundiff is also a professor at the University of Michigan. He works on experimental ultrafast optics with an emphasis on coherent spectroscopy and frequency combs. His spectroscopic studies have focused on semiconductors, semiconductor nanostructures, and recently 2D materials. He has also studied atomic vapors including collective effects that have analogies in semiconductors. He did pioneering work on femtosecond frequency combs, and recently demonstrated multidimensional coherent spectroscopy using combs. He is coauthor on over 250 paper in refereed journals and books.

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Michigan, USA

Mack Kira

Mackillo Kira is a professor at the University of Michigan, and he has pioneered the systematic quantum theory of semiconductor quantum optics for decades. This work includes predicting and explaining quantum-entanglement effects in semiconductor microcavities, introducing semiconductor quantum spectroscopy, and discovering the dropleton, the highly entangled quasiparticle, with Prof. Cundiff. Prof. Kira is currently interested in semiconductor quantum optics, quantum many-body physics of diverse quantum systems, ultrafast and extreme nonlinear spectroscopy in solids, terahertz and quantum spectroscopy of complex systems, as well as artificial photo synthesis. He is a co-author of more than 180 papers and one of the first text books on Semiconductor Quantum Optics.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor, University of Michigan, USA