Nanostructure Symmetry: Relevance for Physics and Computing

We review the research done in recent years in our group on the effects of nanostructure symmetry, and outline its relevance both for nanostructure physics and for computations of their electronic and optical properties. The exemples of C3v and C2v quantum dots are used. A number of surprises and non-trivial aspects are outlined, and a few symmetry-based tools for computing and analysis are shortly presented.


Editor(s):
Singh, Mr
Published in:
Electronic, Photonic, Plasmonic, Phononic And Magnetic Properties Of Nanomaterials, 1590, 51-56
Presented at:
Conference on Electronic, Photonic, Plasmonic, Phononic and Magnetic Properties of Nanomaterials, London, CANADA, AUG 12-16, 2013
Year:
2014
Publisher:
Melville, Amer Inst Physics
ISSN:
0094-243X
ISBN:
978-0-7354-1222-4
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