Saxena, Dhruv; Mokkapati, Sudha; Jagadish, Chennupati
Recent progress in the field of semiconductor nanolasers is discussed. New designs have emerged that eliminate the need for a conventional Fabry-Perot cavity, bringing down the physical dimensions of the lasers below the diffraction limit. Semiconductor nanolasers are critical components for nanophotonics and offer possible integration with Si nanoelectronics.
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