Xiaoqin Li, Duncan Steel, Daniel Gammon and Lu J. Sham
It may one day be possible to use arrays of quantum dots driven by ultrafast laser pulses to carry out quantum information processing. The article reviews recent experimental progress in the area of coherent optical control of single dots and outlines a plan for further research.
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Publish Date: 01 September 2004
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