Data publication for "High-performance designs for fiber-pigtailed quantum-light sources based on quantum dots in electrically-controlled circular Bragg gratings"
- 1. Institute of Solid State Physics, Technische Universität Berlin, 10623 Berlin, Germany
- 2. Zuse Institute Berlin, 14195 Berlin, Germany
- 3. Institute of Solid State Physics, Technische Universit\"at Berlin, 10623 Berlin, Germany
This data publication supplements the manuscript "High-performance designs for fiber-pigtailed quantum-light sources based on quantum dots in electrically-controlled circular Bragg gratings"  with tabulated data. Furthermore, the provided Matlab and Python scrips allow to reproduce the data and can serve as a starting point for further investigations. They include a multi-objective optimization scheme, a robustness analysis with further optimizations focused on robustness and an investigation of the electrical properties. The following sections explain the contents of each directory and discuss dependencies on third-party software. For a detailed descriptions of the methods and the optimization and analysis pipeline we refer to the related paper .
The contained text files refer to figures in the manuscript  as indicated by their names. Additional information is given in the headers.
The optimization has been carried out with Matlab scripts (tested with version r2019b) which rely on the commercial FEM solver JCMsuite  (for a free trial licenses please refer to the homepage of JCMwave). In order to run any of the supplied scripts you must edit the path to the installation directory of JCMsuite (5.2.1).
Matlab contain input files for JCMsuite and function definitions along with a recent version of RPExpand , respectively. Rerunning the scripts
optimization.m, contained in each of the subdirectories
OBand, will open the dashboard of the optimizer, which provides visualizations of the optimization progress. The target function is defined in
Wavelength scans of Purcell enhancement, coupling efficiency to a single mode fiber and collection efficiency into a numerical aperture of NA=0.8 have been carried out using interpolation based on modal expansions with RPExpand.
Along with the Python scripts used to run the robustness analysis and further optimizations, a visualization of all results have been added (e.g.
final_results/C_Band/robust_opt/figure_purcell_max.pdf), which add to the results presented in figure 2 of the manuscript .
elCBG_capacitor_cylindrical_10_Rings_Ubias_sweep.py is based on DEVSIM . Version 1.6.0 has been used to generate the original data, but for this data publication, it has been adapted to run with a current version. You can install the required packages, e.g., with Miniconda (22.11.1) running
conda install mkl sqlite zlib pip install numpy pandas devsim
 Lucas Rickert, Fridtjof Betz, Matthias Plock, Sven Burger and Tobias Heindel: High-performance designs for fiber-pigtailed quantum-light sources based on quantum dots in electrically-controlled circular Bragg gratings (2022), http://arxiv.org/abs/2212.04883
 Fridtjof Betz, Felix Binkowski, Sven Burger, RPExpand: Software for Riesz projection expansion of resonance phenomena, SoftwareX 15, 100763 (2021), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.softx.2021.100763
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- Is supplement to
- Journal article: 10.1364/OE.486060 (DOI)