27 April 2016

St Andrews researcher’s results launch a new Open Access journal

Published in Volume 1, Issue 1 of APL Photonics the paper is co-authored by Professor Sven Höfling of the Quantum Physics and Quantum Engineering Group in the School of Physics and Astronomy.

Sven works in the exciting area of quantum engineering and its applications and his paper describes a record efficiency electrically-driven efficient light source that could be used in quantum communication systems for secure data exchange. Sven commented “We are delighted that our article has contributed to launch this new journal that makes an important contribution to the photonics community”.

Detail from Figure 1 (a) Illustration of the indistinguishable-photon emitting diode based on a quantum dot (QD) micropillar cavity structure. A cross-sectional scanning electron microscopy image of a fully processed device (left panel) as well as a schematic (right panel) is shown.
The journal is aimed at photonics researchers and intersecting disciplines and submitted articles are rigorously peer reviewed, as you would expect. Content is available under the most liberal Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC-BY) that allows maximum dissemination and re-use.

Full article details:
Schlehahn, A, Thoma, A, Munnelly, P, Kamp, M, Höfling, S, Heindel, T, Schneider, C & Reitzenstein, S 2016, 'An electrically driven cavity-enhanced source of indistinguishable photons with 61% overall efficiency' APL Photonics, vol 1, no. 1, 011301., 10.1063/1.4939831

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