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Super-radiant mode in InAs-monolayer-based Bragg structures

Pozina, G.; Kaliteevski, M.A.; Nikitina, E.V.; Denisov, D.V.; Polyakov, N.K.; Pirogov, E.V.; Goray, L.I.; Gubaydullin, A.R.; Ivanov, K.A.; Kaliteevskaya, N.A.; Egorov, A. Yu; Clark, S.J.

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G. Pozina

M.A. Kaliteevski

E.V. Nikitina

D.V. Denisov

N.K. Polyakov

E.V. Pirogov

L.I. Goray

A.R. Gubaydullin

K.A. Ivanov

N.A. Kaliteevskaya

A. Yu Egorov


We report direct experimental evidence of the collective super-radiant mode in Bragg structure containing 60 InAs monolayer-based quantum wells (QWs) periodically arranged in GaAs matrix. Time-resolved photoluminescence measurements reveal an appearance of the additional super-radiant mode, originated from coherent collective interaction of QWs. This mode demonstrates a super-linear dependence of the intensity and radiative decay rate on the excitation power. The super-radiant mode is not manifested in the case if only a small number of QWs is excited.


Pozina, G., Kaliteevski, M., Nikitina, E., Denisov, D., Polyakov, N., Pirogov, E., …Clark, S. (2015). Super-radiant mode in InAs-monolayer-based Bragg structures. Scientific Reports, 5, Article 14911.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Sep 14, 2015
Online Publication Date Oct 12, 2015
Publication Date Oct 12, 2015
Deposit Date Nov 15, 2016
Publicly Available Date Dec 9, 2016
Journal Scientific Reports
Publisher Nature Research
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 5
Article Number 14911


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