Engineering Directed Excitonic Energy Transfer

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Title: Engineering Directed Excitonic Energy Transfer
Author: Perdomo, Alejandro; Vogt, Leslie; Najmaie, Ali; Aspuru-Guzik, Alan

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Citation: Perdomo, Alejandro, Leslie Vogt, Ali Najmaie, and Alán Aspuru-Guzik. 2010. Engineering directed excitonic energy transfer. Applied Physics Letters 96(9): 093114.
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Abstract: We provide an intuitive platform for engineering exciton transfer dynamics. We show that careful consideration of the spectral density, which describes the system-bath interaction, leads to opportunities to engineer exciton transfer. Since excitons in nanostructures are proposed for use in quantum information processing and artificial photosynthetic designs, our approach paves the way for engineering a wide range of desired exciton dynamics. We carefully describe the validity of the model and use experimentally relevant material parameters to show counter-intuitive examples of directed exciton transfer in a linear chain of quantum dots.
Published Version: doi: 10.1063/1.3323108
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