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Controlled emission of single-electron wavepackets in solid-state circuits

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Single electron devices have long been under development for use in electrical metrology. Beyond transporting electrical charge, there are other purposes to which these devices may be put, such as enabling the realisation of solid-state equivalents of experiments in quantum optics. To design these experiments we need to know much more about the electrons emitted by our single-electron source. How well-defined is their energy and emission time? How strongly do they interact with the environment? We have developed a way of answering these questions, as well as novel ways of manipulating the path taken by electrons.

This talk is part of the Semiconductor Physics Group Seminars series.

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