Abstract

By incorporating the ${\rm{CsPbB}}{{\rm{r}}_3}$ quantum dots (QDs) into a glass host, we report for the first time, to our knowledge, the measurement of non-resonant optical nonlinearity and multiphoton upconversion (UC) processes for this QD-in-glass composite. We observe up to four-photon stable UC photoluminescence under excitation by infrared femtosecond pulses, low optical limiting thresholds, and high nonlinear optical absorption coefficients close to those of colloid processed metal halide perovskite (MHP) QDs. Combined with high robustness against air and moisture, the monolithic inorganic glass with incorporated MHP QDs could be a better platform for exploiting strong light–matter interaction for MHPs.

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Supplement 1       Experimental methods, mathematical formulations, complementary results, including figures of measured results and tables of the calculated and reported NLO coefficients.

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