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Phonons in quantum dots

If my understanding is correct, quantum dots are tiny crystals where the confined electronic degrees of freedom have discrete energy levels. In this paper Phys. Rev. B 65, 195313 (2002), and many ...
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Dispersive regime and resonator frequency pull

I have come across terms such as "dispersive regime" and "dispersive measurement" often. To understand this, I have been reading this, this, and this. In the first paper, the gist I got is the ...
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Coupling strength $g$ in various contexts

I've come across the term coupling strength $g/2\pi$ in various contexts (transmon, quantum dots, optomechanics etc) Also, I've come across coupling term $J$ (exchange coupling) a lot. I think in ...
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Semiconductor Quantum Dots

Can someone recommend some good books on semiconductor quantum dots(InGaAs, GaAs etc..) from the perspective of a beginner student. I mostly want to learn about the optical states(the ...
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Dresselhaus linear and cubic terms

I've been trying to understand Dresselhaus effect, described here. I've been looking up references to find when the cubic term becomes more dominant than the linear term and vice versa. For example, ...
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how the energy values of different landau levels depend on B field (quantum dot)

I came across a remark that "states in the first landau level fall in energy with increasing B, while those in the second landau level rise here. The book seems to be getting this from this paper. (...
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What is the difference between Quantum Dots and nanoparticles?

As far as I understand, both quantum dots and nanoparticles are mainly characterised by the fact that all three dimensions are in the nanoscale. Quantum dots are always mentioned to be made from a ...