We demonstrate a novel method for deterministic charging of InAs quantum dots embedded in photonic crystal nanoresonators using a unique vertical p–n–i–n junction within the photonic crystal membrane. Charging is confirmed by the observation of Zeeman splitting for magnetic fields applied in the Voigt configuration. Spectrally resolved photoluminescence measurements are complemented by polarization resolved studies that show the precise structure of the Zeeman quadruplet. Integration of quantum dots in nanoresonators strongly enhances far-field collection efficiency and paves the way for the exploitation of enhanced spin–photon interactions for fabrication of efficient quantum nodes in a scalable solid state platform.
- deterministic charging
- quantum dots
- photonic crystal nanoresonators
- spin-photon interfaces