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Spin–cavity interactions between a quantum dot molecule and a photonic crystal cavity. Nature Communications.. 2015.
Cavity-Stimulated Raman Emission from a Single Quantum Dot Spin. Nature Photonics. 8. 2014.
Leveraging crystal anisotropy for deterministic growth of InAs quantum dots with narrow optical linewidths. Nano Letters. 13(10):4870-4875.. 2013.
Optical Measurement and Modeling of Interactions between Two Hole Spins or Two Electron Spins in Coupled InAs Quantum Dots. Physical Review Letters. 110(11). 2013.
Quantum control of a spin qubit coupled to a photonic crystal cavity. Nature Photonics. 7(4). 2013.
Scalable qubit architecture based on holes in quantum dot molecules . Physical Review B. 86(8). 2012.
A Spin in a Photonic Crystal Cavity. International Conference on Quantum Dots.. 2012.
Optical control of one and two hole spins in interacting quantum dots. Nature Photonics. 5(11):703-709.. 2011.
Ultrafast optical control of entanglement between two quantum dot spins. Nature Physics. 7:223-229.. 2010.
Antibonding ground states in InAs quantum dot molecules. Physical Review Letters. 102. 2009.
Optical spin spin initialization and nondestructive measurement in a quantum dot molecule. Physical Review Letters. 101. 2008.
Optically mapping the electronic structure of coupled quantum dots. Nature Physics. 4. 2008.
Photoluminescence spectroscopy of the molecular biexciton in vertically stacked InAs-GaAs quantum dot pairs. Physical Review Letters. 99. 2007.
Electrically Tunable g Factors in Quantum Dot Molecular Spin States. Physical Review Letters. 97. 2006.
Electrically tunable g-factors in quantum dot molecular spin states. Physical Review Letters. 97. 2006.
Engineering Electron and Hole Tunneling with Asymmetric InAs Quantum Dot Molecules. Applied Physics Letters. 89. 2006.
Optical Signatures of Coupled Quantum Dots. Science. 311. 2006.
Optical Pumping of the Electronic and Nuclear spin of Single Charge-Tunable Quantum Dots. Physical Review Letters. 94. 2005.
Optical Studies of Single Quantum Dots. Physics Today. 55(10). 2002.