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Research Type: 
  • Quantum Optics
  • Quantum Communication
  • Nanophotonics
  • Quantum Dots
  • Single and Entangled Photons from semiconductor-based devices
  • Quantum-light-emitting diodes
  • Artificial-natural atomic interfaces

Relevant Publications

R. Trotta, at al., "Wavelength-tunable sources of entangled photons interfaced with atomic vapors" Nature Comm. 7, 10375 (2016).

J. Zhang, et al., ”High yield and ultrafast source of electrically triggered entangled-photon pairs based on strain-tunable quantum dots” Nature Comm. 6, 10067 (2015)

R. Trotta, at al., ”Energy-tunable sources of entangled photons: a viable concept for solid-state quantum relays” Physical Review Letters 114, 150502 (2015)

R. Trotta, et al., ”Highly entangled photons from hybrid piezoelectric-semiconductor quantum dot devices” Nano Letters 14, 3439 (2014)

S. Birindelli, et al., ”Single Photons on Demand from Novel Site-Controlled GaAsN/GaAsN:H Quantum Dots” Nano Letters, 14, 1275 (2014)

Z. Jiaxiang, et al., ”A Nanomembrane-Based Wavelength-Tunable High-Speed Single-Photon-Emitting Diode” Nano Letters 13, 5808 (2013)

R. Trotta, et al. ”Universal recovery of the energy-level degeneracy of bright excitons in InGaAs quantum dots without a structure symmetry” Physical Review Letters 109, 147401 (2012)

R. Trotta, et al., ”Nanomembrane quantum-light emitting-diode integrated onto piezoelectric actuators” Advanced Materials 24, 2668 (2012)


Rinaldo Trotta


Johannes Kepler University
Altenbergerstr. 69
Linz A-4040
48° 20' 15.216" N, 14° 19' 18.9228" E
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