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InP/GaInP quantum dot semiconductor disk laser for TEM00 emission at 740 nm

Schlosser, Peter and Hastie, Jennifer and Calvez, Stephane and Krysa, A.B. and Dawson, Martin (2009) InP/GaInP quantum dot semiconductor disk laser for TEM00 emission at 740 nm. In: Annual Meeting of the IEEE Photonics Society, 2009-10-04.

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Abstract

InP/GaInP quantum dots, self assembled during epitaxial growth, are incorporated into the gain structure of an optically-pumped semiconductor disk laser. Laser emission at 740 nm has been achieved in a single transverse mode.