We demonstrate strongly driven resonance fluorescence from a single InGaAs quantum dot in a planar microcavity by measuring the coherent oscillations in the second-order correlation function, g(2)(t), of the photoluminescence.
Summary form only given. Recent progress in microfabrication involving, etching processes makes it possible to engineer three-dimensional (3D) nanostructures from MBE-grown planar Fabry-Perot micro-cavities. The optical mode is confined laterally by implementing a thin dielectric (native oxide) aperture layer on top of the cavity spacer. The sample under investigation consists of a 16 period GaAs/AlAs...
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