Anisotropic Quantum Dots

Research paper by J.B. Wang, C. Hines

Indexed on: 01 Dec '02Published on: 01 Dec '02Published in: Journal of Computational Electronics


This paper presents a detailed calculation of the electronic structure of quantum dots with various geometries. In particular, non-circular quantum dots are examined and their characteristic properties analysed. A general matrix method was developed that allows us to treat a wide range of quantum dots with arbitrarily complex confinement potentials. The Hartree-Fock self-consistent method is applied to study quantum dots with many-electrons.