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Tracking the Ultrafast Light-Matter Interaction in Population-Inverted Quantum Dots via Quantum State Tomography

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Based on the full characterization of a pulse transmitted through a semiconductor optical amplifier by quantum state tomography, we determine the degree of population inversion and the momentary signal-to-noise ratio at sub-picosecond times and RT.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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