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Purdue, Norfolk State, Northwestern, MIT, Molecular Foundry, UC Berkeley, Univ. of Illinois, UTEP

**First-Time User Guide for Quantum Dot Lab*
**

SungGeun Kim**, Lynn K Zentner

NCN @ Purdue University West Lafayette, IN, USA

***http://www.nanohub.org/tools/qdot/. **email:kim568@purdue.edu
**

SungGeun Kim 1

Table of Contents • Introduction • Input Interface • Output Interface 3 5 13 • Simulation Engine Behind the Tool: NEMO 5 • References 18 19 SungGeun Kim 2 .

SungGeun Kim 3 .org/resources/4194. A detailed introduction to the quantum dot lab also can be found at https://www.nanohub. • The quantum dot lab yields the wavefunction.Introduction • The quantum dot lab is a tool that solves the Schrödinger equation for an electron in a quantum dot. the electron energy levels. and the optical transition rates/absorption strength of an electron.

First Look SungGeun Kim 4 .

Input Interface • Number of states • Device structure » geometry » effective mass/ discretization/ energy gap • Light source » light polarization » optical parameters » sweep SungGeun Kim 5 .

The Number of States • First.” • How many states do you want to see in the output? » Do not choose an unnecessarily large number. it increases the run time. if the number of states chosen in the input is 7. • The output below shows that up to 7 energy levels are viewable. SungGeun Kim 6 . choose the number of states: the default value is “7.

then the wavefunction is allowed to leak out of the quantum dot. » Surface passivation forces the electron wave function at the surface of the quantum dot to go to zero. The result is illustrated in the following figures: The wave function looks larger SungGeun Kim 7 . » If “no” is chosen.Surface Passivation • The “surface passivation” option passivates the surface so that the electron feels an infinite potential barrier at the surface of the quantum dot.

y. Click to expand Dome Cuboid SungGeun Kim Pyramid Spheroid Cylinder 8 .Device Structure: Geometry • The geometry can be set by choosing x. and z dimensions for each of the configurations shown below.

0.067 × m0 • Discretization » The discrete mesh spacing in the quantum dot domain (simple cuboid for all shapes of quantum dot) • Energy gap » The energy gap between the valance and the conduction band edge SungGeun Kim 9 .g.067 means m = 0.Other Device Structure Parameters Click to expand • Effective mass » Ratio to the free electron mass (m0) » e..

Light Source: Polarization/Optical Parameters • The light source shines on the quantum dot to reveal the optical properties.nanohub. Click to expand • Fermi level (relative to the lowest energy level) • Temperature (ambient temperature) For a detailed description.org/resources/4194 SungGeun Kim 10 . • Users can choose the angles theta (θ) or phi (Φ) as shown in the figure to the top left. see: https://www.

Light Source: State Broadening • “State broadening” determines: » the broadening width of the energy states in the quantum dot » the width of the Lorentzian shape of the optical absorption SungGeun Kim 11 .

Light Source: Sweep θ=0̊ θ=45̊ θ=90̊ SungGeun Kim 12 .

Refer to the introductory tutorial for more examples of the optical properties https://www. Fermi level. • Integrated absorption: the integrated (the area under the graph of) absorption for each sweeping variable.nanohub.Output Interface • 3D wavefunctions: 3D plot of the electron wavefuction in a quantum dot • Energy states: the energy levels of the electron in a quantum dot Optical Properties • Light and dark transitions: the transition strength of electrons when the light shines onto a quantum dot » X-polarized: when X-polarized light is shined » Y-polarized: when Y-polarized light is shined » Z-polarized: when Z-polarized light is shined • Absorption: the absorption strength • Absorption sweep: the absorption strength plot when the angles theta. phi. or temperature is swept.org/resources/4194 SungGeun Kim 13 .

3D Wavefunctions Use this tab to explore different energy states SungGeun Kim 14 .

Energy States States Order 1st state 2nd state 3rd state … Notations in Qdot Lab Ground state 1st excited state 2nd excited state … Total energy range Magnified view of the selected portion Energy range selected SungGeun Kim 15 .

16 . (Inverse order to the real space dimensions.Optical Properties: Transition Strength From the geometry. expect that the pz–type orbital has the lowest energy.) s to pz orbital transition can be observed by Z-polarized light px py 0.5059 eV pz s SungGeun Kim The first large transition comes exactly at the transition energy from s to pz type orbital.

Optical Properties: Absorption θ=0̊ θ=45̊ θ=90̊ SungGeun Kim Each point is calculated by integrating each absorption graph (note that the color of each point matches the color of the line in the left figure). 17 .

the engine for the quantum dot lab is NEMO 5.[2] • The quantum dot lab tool mainly uses the following parts of NEMO 5: » structure construction » Schrödinger solver » optical properties solver [2] https://engineering.pdf SungGeun Kim 18 .Simulation Engine Behind the Tool: NEMO 5 • Right now. • NEMO 5 is a Nano Electronic MOdeling tool.edu/gekcogrp/researchgroup/SebastianSteiger/quad_NEMO5.purdue.

nanohub.purdue.pdf SungGeun Kim 19 . Introduction to Quantum Dot Lab: https://www.org/resources/4194 [2] Sebastian Steiger. NEMO 5 quad chart: https://engineering.edu/gekcogrp/researchgroup/SebastianSteiger/quad_NEMO5.References [1] Gerhard Klimeck.

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