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Edward B Flagg
Edward B Flagg
Assistant Professor of Physics, West Virginia University
Verified email at mail.wvu.edu
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Resonance fluorescence from a coherently driven semiconductor quantum dot in a cavity
A Muller, EB Flagg, P Bianucci, XY Wang, DG Deppe, W Ma, J Zhang, ...
Physical Review Letters 99 (18), 187402, 2007
4192007
Resonantly driven coherent oscillations in a solid-state quantum emitter
EB Flagg, A Muller, JW Robertson, S Founta, DG Deppe, M Xiao, W Ma, ...
Nature Physics 5 (3), 203-207, 2009
3762009
Interference of single photons from two separate semiconductor quantum dots
EB Flagg, A Muller, SV Polyakov, A Ling, A Migdall, GS Solomon
Physical Review Letters 104 (13), 137401, 2010
2952010
Ultrahigh-finesse, low-mode-volume Fabry–Perot microcavity
A Muller, EB Flagg, JR Lawall, GS Solomon
Optics letters 35 (13), 2293-2295, 2010
1182010
Coupling an epitaxial quantum dot to a fiber-based external-mirror microcavity
A Muller, EB Flagg, M Metcalfe, J Lawall, GS Solomon
Applied Physics Letters 95 (17), 173101, 2009
942009
Coalescence of single photons emitted by disparate single-photon sources: The example of InAs quantum dots and parametric down-conversion sources
SV Polyakov, A Muller, EB Flagg, A Ling, N Borjemscaia, E Van Keuren, ...
Physical review letters 107 (15), 157402, 2011
652011
Dynamics of nonclassical light from a single solid-state quantum emitter
EB Flagg, SV Polyakov, T Thomay, GS Solomon
Physical review letters 109 (16), 163601, 2012
632012
Characterization of the local charge environment of a single quantum dot via resonance fluorescence
D Chen, GR Lander, KS Krowpman, GS Solomon, EB Flagg
Physical Review B 93 (11), 115307, 2016
282016
Direct evidence of interlevel exciton transitions mediated by single phonons in a semiconductor quantum dot using resonance fluorescence spectroscopy
EB Flagg, JW Robertson, S Founta, W Ma, M Xiao, GJ Salamo, CK Shih
Physical review letters 102 (9), 097402, 2009
192009
Broadband cavity spectrometer apparatus and method for determining the path length of an optical structure
CK Shih, C Wieland, E Flagg
US Patent 7,289,220, 2007
182007
Effects of resonant-laser excitation on the emission properties in a single quantum dot
O Gazzano, T Huber, V Loo, S Polyakov, EB Flagg, GS Solomon
Optica 5 (4), 354-359, 2018
162018
Optical spin readout method in a quantum dot using the ac Stark effect
EB Flagg, GS Solomon
Physical Review B 92 (24), 245309, 2015
132015
Spin-selective AC Stark shifts in a charged quantum dot
TA Wilkinson, DJ Cottrill, JM Cramlet, CE Maurer, CJ Flood, AS Bracker, ...
Applied Physics Letters 114 (13), 133104, 2019
112019
Polarization-dependent interference of coherent scattering from orthogonal dipole moments of a resonantly excited quantum dot
D Chen, GR Lander, GS Solomon, EB Flagg
Physical Review Letters 118 (3), 037401, 2017
82017
Broadband cavity spectrometer apparatus and method for determining the path length of an optical structure
CK Shih, CF Wieland, EB Flagg
US Patent App. 11/875,273, 2008
82008
Resonance Fluorescence of an InGaAs Quantum Dot in a Planar Cavity Using Orthogonal Excitation and Detection
D Chen, GR Lander, EB Flagg
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e56435, 2017
52017
Dynamic nuclear polarization in a charged quantum dot induced by the AC Stark effect
TA Wilkinson, DJ Cottrill, JM Cramlet, CE Maurer, CJ Flood, AS Bracker, ...
Quantum Nanophotonic Materials, Devices, and Systems 2019 11091, 12-20, 2019
42019
Complete Stokes vector analysis with a compact, portable rotating waveplate polarimeter
TA Wilkinson, CE Maurer, CJ Flood, G Lander, S Chafin, EB Flagg
Review of Scientific Instruments 92 (9), 093101, 2021
32021
Manipulating single photons from disparate quantum sources to be indistinguishable
GS Solomon, EB Flagg, SV Polyakov, T Thomay, A Muller
JOSA B 29 (3), 319-327, 2012
32012
Quantum dot resonant-fluorescence linewidth narrowing and enhanced intensity
O Gazzano, T Huber, V Loo, S Polyakov, EB Flagg, GS Solomon
arXiv preprint arXiv:1702.03947, 2017
22017
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