Optical Properties of Quasiperiodically Arranged Semiconductor Nanostructures

This work consists of two parts which are entitled "One-Dimensional Resonant Fibonacci Quasicrystals" and "Resonant Tunneling of Light in Silicon Nanostructures". A microscopic theory has been applied to investigate the optical properties of the respective semiconductor nanostruc...

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