Niels Gregersen
Niels Gregersen
Associate professor, DTU Fotonik, Technical University of Denmark
Verified email at fotonik.dtu.dk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
A highly efficient single-photon source based on a quantum dot in a photonic nanowire
J Claudon, J Bleuse, NS Malik, M Bazin, P Jaffrennou, N Gregersen, ...
Nature Photonics 4 (3), 174, 2010
8692010
On-demand single photons with high extraction efficiency and near-unity indistinguishability from a resonantly driven quantum dot in a micropillar
X Ding, Y He, ZC Duan, N Gregersen, MC Chen, S Unsleber, S Maier, ...
Physical review letters 116 (2), 020401, 2016
4682016
Finite-element modeling of spontaneous emission of a quantum emitter at nanoscale proximity to plasmonic waveguides
Y Chen, TR Nielsen, N Gregersen, P Lodahl, J Mørk
Physical Review B 81 (12), 125431, 2010
1282010
Dielectric GaAs antenna ensuring an efficient broadband coupling between an InAs quantum dot and a Gaussian optical beam
M Munsch, NS Malik, E Dupuy, A Delga, J Bleuse, JM Gérard, J Claudon, ...
Physical review letters 110 (17), 177402, 2013
1262013
Random nanolasing in the Anderson localized regime
J Liu, PD Garcia, S Ek, N Gregersen, T Suhr, M Schubert, J Mørk, ...
Nature Nanotechnology 9 (4), 285, 2014
1132014
Highly indistinguishable on-demand resonance fluorescence photons from a deterministic quantum dot micropillar device with 74% extraction efficiency
S Unsleber, YM He, S Gerhardt, S Maier, CY Lu, JW Pan, N Gregersen, ...
Optics express 24 (8), 8539-8546, 2016
872016
Modulation response of nanoLEDs and nanolasers exploiting Purcell enhanced spontaneous emission
T Suhr, N Gregersen, K Yvind, J Mørk
Optics express 18 (11), 11230-11241, 2010
812010
Bloch-wave engineering of quantum dot micropillars for cavity quantum electrodynamics experiments
M Lermer, N Gregersen, F Dunzer, S Reitzenstein, S Höfling, J Mørk, ...
Physical review letters 108 (5), 057402, 2012
792012
Controlling the emission profile of a nanowire with a conical taper
N Gregersen, TR Nielsen, J Claudon, JM Gérard, J Mørk
Optics letters 33 (15), 1693-1695, 2008
782008
Numerical methods in photonics
AV Lavrinenko, J Lægsgaard, N Gregersen, F Schmidt, T Søndergaard
CRC Press, 2014
632014
Designs for high-efficiency electrically pumped photonic nanowire single-photon sources
N Gregersen, TR Nielsen, J Mørk, J Claudon, JM Gérard
Optics express 18 (20), 21204-21218, 2010
592010
Nat. Photonics 4, 174 (2010)
J Claudon, J Bleuse, NS Malik, M Bazin, P Jaffrennou, N Gregersen, ...
502011
Linearly polarized, single-mode spontaneous emission in a photonic nanowire
M Munsch, J Claudon, J Bleuse, NS Malik, E Dupuy, JM Gérard, Y Chen, ...
Physical review letters 108 (7), 077405, 2012
492012
Bright single photon source based on self-aligned quantum dot–cavity systems
S Maier, P Gold, A Forchel, N Gregersen, J Mørk, S Höfling, C Schneider, ...
Optics express 22 (7), 8136-8142, 2014
462014
The role of phonon scattering in the indistinguishability of photons emitted from semiconductor cavity QED systems
P Kaer, N Gregersen, J Mork
New Journal of physics 15 (3), 035027, 2013
362013
Numerical and Experimental Study of theFactor of High-Micropillar Cavities
N Gregersen, S Reitzenstein, C Kistner, M Strauss, C Schneider, ...
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 46 (10), 1470-1483, 2010
362010
Modeling and design of high-efficiency single-photon sources
N Gregersen, P Kaer, J Mørk
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 19 (5), 1-16, 2013
342013
A fiber-coupled quantum-dot on a photonic tip
D Cadeddu, J Teissier, FR Braakman, N Gregersen, P Stepanov, ...
Applied Physics Letters 108 (1), 011112, 2016
332016
Quantum-dot nano-cavity lasers with Purcell-enhanced stimulated emission
N Gregersen, T Suhr, M Lorke, J Mørk
Applied Physics Letters 100 (13), 131107, 2012
332012
Spontaneous decay of a single quantum dot coupled to a metallic slot waveguide in the presence of leaky plasmonic modes
Y Chen, N Gregersen, TR Nielsen, J Mørk, P Lodahl
Optics express 18 (12), 12489-12498, 2010
322010
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