Mark Hopkinson
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Inverted electron-hole alignment in InAs-GaAs self-assembled quantum dots
PW Fry, IE Itskevich, DJ Mowbray, MS Skolnick, JJ Finley, JA Barker, ...
Physical review letters 84 (4), 733, 2000
Nature of the Stranski-Krastanow transition during epitaxy of InGaAs on GaAs
T Walther, AG Cullis, DJ Norris, M Hopkinson
Physical Review Letters 86 (11), 2381, 2001
Improved performance of 1.3 μm multilayer InAs quantum-dot lasers using a high-growth-temperature GaAs spacer layer
HY Liu, IR Sellers, TJ Badcock, DJ Mowbray, MS Skolnick, KM Groom, ...
Applied Physics Letters 85 (5), 704-706, 2004
Determination of the shape and indium distribution of low-growth-rate InAs quantum dots by cross-sectional scanning tunneling microscopy
DM Bruls, J Vugs, PM Koenraad, HWM Salemink, JH Wolter, ...
Applied physics letters 81 (9), 1708-1710, 2002
Charged and neutral exciton complexes in individual self-assembled In (Ga) As quantum dots
JJ Finley, AD Ashmore, A Lemaître, DJ Mowbray, MS Skolnick, ...
Physical Review B 63 (7), 073307, 2001
Electronic energy levels and energy relaxation mechanisms in self-organized InAs/GaAs quantum dots
MJ Steer, DJ Mowbray, WR Tribe, MS Skolnick, MD Sturge, M Hopkinson, ...
Physical Review B 54 (24), 17738, 1996
Optimizing the growth of 1.3 μm InAs/InGaAs dots-in-a-well structure
HY Liu, M Hopkinson, CN Harrison, MJ Steer, R Frith, IR Sellers, ...
Journal of applied physics 93 (5), 2931-2936, 2003
Observation of multicharged excitons and biexcitons in a single InGaAs quantum dot
JJ Finley, PW Fry, AD Ashmore, A Lemaître, AI Tartakovskii, R Oulton, ...
Physical Review B 63 (16), 161305, 2001
Emission spectra and mode structure of InAs/GaAs self-organized quantum dot lasers
L Harris, DJ Mowbray, MS Skolnick, M Hopkinson, G Hill
Applied physics letters 73 (7), 969-971, 1998
Nuclear spin switch in semiconductor quantum dots
AI Tartakovskii, T Wright, A Russell, VI Fal’Ko, AB Van’Kov, ...
Physical Review Letters 98 (2), 026806, 2007
Experimental investigation of the effect of wetting-layer states on the gain–current characteristic of quantum-dot lasers
DR Matthews, HD Summers, PM Smowton, M Hopkinson
Applied Physics Letters 81 (26), 4904-4906, 2002
Fast optical preparation, control, and readout of a single quantum dot spin
AJ Ramsay, SJ Boyle, RS Kolodka, JBB Oliveira, J Skiba-Szymanska, ...
Physical review letters 100 (19), 197401, 2008
Long-wavelength light emission and lasing from InAs∕ GaAs quantum dots covered by a GaAsSb strain-reducing layer
HY Liu, MJ Steer, TJ Badcock, DJ Mowbray, MS Skolnick, P Navaretti, ...
Applied Physics Letters 86 (14), 2005
Quantum-confined Stark shifts of charged exciton complexes in quantum dots
JJ Finley, M Sabathil, P Vogl, G Abstreiter, R Oulton, AI Tartakovskii, ...
Physical Review B 70 (20), 201308, 2004
High-performance three-layer 1.3-μm InAs-GaAs quantum-dot lasers with very low continuous-wave room-temperature threshold currents
HY Liu, DT Childs, TJ Badcock, KM Groom, IR Sellers, M Hopkinson, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 17 (6), 1139-1141, 2005
Stranski-Krastanow transition and epitaxial island growth
AG Cullis, DJ Norris, T Walther, MA Migliorato, M Hopkinson
Physical Review B 66 (8), 081305, 2002
Fine structure of charged and neutral excitons in InAs-Al 0.6 Ga 0.4 As quantum dots
JJ Finley, DJ Mowbray, MS Skolnick, AD Ashmore, C Baker, AFG Monte, ...
Physical Review B 66 (15), 153316, 2002
1.3 µm InAs/GaAs multilayer quantum-dot laser with extremely low room-temperature threshold current density
IR Sellers, HY Liu, KM Groom, DT Childs, D Robbins, TJ Badcock, ...
Electronics Letters 40 (22), 1, 2004
Mode structure of the L3 photonic crystal cavity
ARA Chalcraft, S Lam, D O’Brien, TF Krauss, M Sahin, D Szymanski, ...
Applied physics letters 90 (24), 2007
InGaAs∕ AlAsSb∕ InP quantum cascade lasers operating at wavelengths close to 3μm
DG Revin, JW Cockburn, MJ Steer, RJ Airey, M Hopkinson, AB Krysa, ...
Applied Physics Letters 90 (2), 2007
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