Abstract

Power-, temperature-dependent, time-resolving, and micro-photoluminescence studies are performed to characterize patterned and self-assembled quantum dots (QDs) to understand the band structure. Carrier filling, relaxation, recombination and lifetime are different for these two QD growth modes.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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