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- Analysis of low-threshold optically pumped III-nitride microdisk lasers doi link

Auteur(s): Tabataba-vakili Farsane, Brimont C., Alloing Blandine, Damilano Benjamin, Doyennette L., Guillet T., Kurdi Moustafa, Chenot Sébastien, Brändli Virginie, Frayssinet Eric, Duboz Jean-Yves, Semond Fabrice, Gayral Bruno, Boucaud Philippe

(Article) Publié: Applied Physics Letters, vol. 117 p.121103 (2020)
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DOI: 10.1063/5.0015252
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Résumé:

Low-threshold lasing under pulsed optical pumping is demonstrated at room temperature for III-nitride microdisks with InGaN/GaN quantum wells on Si in the blue spectral range. Thresholds in the range of 18 kW/cm 2 have been achieved along with narrow linewidths of 0.07 nm and a large peak to background dynamic of 300. We compare this threshold range with the one that can be calculated using a rate equation model. We show that thresholds in the few kW/cm 2 range constitute the best that can be achieved with III-nitride quantum wells at room temperature. The sensitivity of lasing on the fabrication process is also discussed.