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Single Quantum Dot Coupled To A Scanning Optical Antenna: A Tunable Superemitter.

J. N. Farahani, D. Pohl, H-J Eisler, B. Hecht
Published 2005 · Materials Science, Medicine

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The interaction of a single quantum dot with a bowtie antenna is demonstrated for visible light. The antenna is generated at the apex of a Si3N4 atomic force microscopy tip by focused ion beam milling. When scanned over the quantum dot, its photoluminescence is enhanced while its excited-state lifetime is decreased. Our observations demonstrate that the relaxation channels of a single quantum emitter can be controlled by coupling to an efficiently radiating metallic nanoantenna.
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