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Quantum emitters in 2D semiconductors
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In Spring of 2015, the quantum photonic platform has welcomed new solid-state members – the two-dimensional (2D) van der Waals crystals. Like their relatives, which include man-made artificial atoms and fluorescent defects occurring in solids, 2D crystals offer unique properties and present scientists with a new perspective. In this talk, I will concentrate on the 2D semiconducting transition-metal chalcogenides and explore with you our current understanding of these new quantum emitters and their relation to local strain fields.
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