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Nanoscale Lasers: How Small Can They Go?

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Abstract

Recent progress in both theory and experiment of nanoscale lasers will be presented. We will discuss metal-cavity nanolasers, their designs and performances, and how our theory explains the experimental data with a good agreement.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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