Among various solid-state systems, gate-defined quantum dots (QD) with high scalability and controllability for single electron spin qubits are promising candidates to realize quantum spin-photon interface. The efficiency of the spin-photon interface is expected to be significantly enhanced by optical coupling of gate-defined QDs with photonic crystal (PhC) nanocavities. As the first step towards this optical coupling, we designed and experimentally demonstrated a PhC nanocavity with electrodes. The electrodes, which can form a single QD, were introduced on the top surfaces of two-dimensional PhC nanocavities with a position accuracy of a few tens of nanometers. Despite the electrodes, a resonant mode was confirmed for the PhC nanocavities through micro-photoluminescence spectroscopy. This work marks a crucial step towards optical coupling between gate-defined QDs and PhC nanocavities.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)