Kai Müller
Kai Müller
Walter Schottky Institute, Technical University Munich, Germany
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Lasing from individual GaAs-AlGaAs core-shell nanowires up to room temperature
B Mayer, D Rudolph, J Schnell, S Morkötter, J Winnerl, J Treu, K Müller, ...
Nature communications 4, 2013
1982013
On-chip time resolved detection of quantum dot emission using integrated superconducting single photon detectors
G Reithmaier, S Lichtmannecker, T Reichert, P Hasch, K Müller, M Bichler, ...
Scientific reports 3, 2013
1172013
Emitters of N-photon bundles
CS Muñoz, E del Valle, AG Tudela, K Müller, S Lichtmannecker, ...
Nature Photonics, 2014
1012014
Coherent Generation of Nonclassical Light on Chip via Detuned Photon Blockade
K Müller, A Rundquist, KA Fischer, T Sarmiento, KG Lagoudakis, ...
Physical Review Letters 114 (23), 233601, 2015
882015
Direct exciton emission from atomically thin transition metal dichalcogenide heterostructures near the lifetime limit
J Wierzbowski, J Klein, F Sigger, C Straubinger, M Kremser, T Taniguchi, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 12383, 2017
822017
Three-stage decoherence dynamics of an electron spin qubit in an optically active quantum dot
A Bechtold, D Rauch, F Li, T Simmet, PL Ardelt, A Regler, K Müller, ...
Nature Physics, 2015
812015
Electrical control of interdot electron tunneling in a double InGaAs quantum-dot nanostructure
K Müller, A Bechtold, C Ruppert, M Zecherle, G Reithmaier, M Bichler, ...
Physical review letters 108 (19), 197402, 2012
762012
On-Chip Generation, Routing, and Detection of Resonance Fluorescence
G Reithmaier, M Kaniber, F Flassig, S Lichtmannecker, K Müller, ...
Nano letters 15 (8), 5208-5213, 2015
712015
Stark effect spectroscopy of mono-and few-layer MoS2
J Klein, J Wierzbowski, A Regler, J Becker, F Heimbach, K Müller, ...
Nano letters, 2016
642016
Ultrafast Polariton-Phonon Dynamics of Strongly Coupled Quantum Dot-Nanocavity Systems
K Müller, KA Fischer, A Rundquist, C Dory, KG Lagoudakis, T Sarmiento, ...
Physical Review X 5 (3), 031006, 2015
522015
Dissipative preparation of the exciton and biexciton in self-assembled quantum dots on picosecond time scales
PL Ardelt, L Hanschke, KA Fischer, K Müller, A Kleinkauf, M Koller, ...
Physical Review B 90 (24), 241404, 2014
492014
Signatures of two-photon pulses from a quantum two-level system
KA Fischer, L Hanschke, J Wierzbowski, T Simmet, C Dory, JJ Finley, ...
Nature Physics, 2017
482017
Quantum dot single-photon sources with ultra-low multi-photon probability
L Hanschke, KA Fischer, S Appel, D Lukin, J Wierzbowski, S Sun, ...
npj Quantum Information 4 (1), 43, 2018
442018
High-fidelity optical preparation and coherent Larmor precession of a single hole in an (In, Ga) As quantum dot molecule
K Müller, A Bechtold, C Ruppert, C Hautmann, JS Wildmann, T Kaldewey, ...
Physical Review B 85 (24), 241306, 2012
442012
Hybrid Group IV Nanophotonic Structures Incorporating Diamond Silicon-Vacancy Color Centers
JL Zhang, H Ishiwata, T Babinec, M Radulaski, K Müller, KG Lagoudakis, ...
Nano letters, 2015
432015
Acoustically regulated carrier injection into a single optically active quantum dot
FJR Schülein, K Müller, M Bichler, G Koblmüller, JJ Finley, A Wixforth, ...
Physical Review B 88 (8), 085307, 2013
412013
Visible Photoluminescence from Cubic (3C) Silicon Carbide Microdisks Coupled to High Quality Whispering Gallery Modes
M Radulaski, TM Babinec, K Müller, KG Lagoudakis, JL Zhang, ...
ACS Photonics 2 (1), 14-19, 2014
402014
Dynamic acousto-optic control of a strongly coupled photonic molecule
S Kapfinger, T Reichert, S Lichtmannecker, K Müller, JJ Finley, A Wixforth, ...
Nature communications 6, 2015
382015
Dynamical modeling of pulsed two-photon interference
KA Fischer, K Müller, KG Lagoudakis, J Vučković
New Journal of Physics 18 (11), 113053, 2016
362016
Self-homodyne measurement of a dynamic Mollow triplet in the solid state
KA Fischer, K Müller, A Rundquist, T Sarmiento, AY Piggott, Y Kelaita, ...
Nature Photonics, 2016
362016
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