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By Peter Michler, Alper Kiraz, Christoph Becher, Winston V. Schoenfeld, Pierre M. Petroff (auth.), Prof. Bernhard Kramer (eds.)

This quantity comprises lots of the invited talks of the 2001 assembly of the cast nation Physics component of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft held from March 26 to 30 in Hamburg, Germany. the themes coated mirror the current actions during this full of life area of recent physics and are hence purported to flashlight the cutting-edge in condensed topic physics in Germany within the 12 months 2001.

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In spite of the enormous progress in the single-QD spectroscopy in recent years, which has been stimulated by defect-free self-organized QDs allowing to investigate the intrinsic optical properties, the interpretation of experimental data as well as theoretical predictions of few-particle states generally neglect the intricate structural properties of real mesoscopic QD structures. In particular interband transitions, involving both electron and hole states, are sensitive to the structural properties of self-organized QDs leading to asymmetric electron and hole wave functions [9].

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