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Tunable confinement of charges and excitations

Electrical control over quantum confinement opens a new avenue for spatial manipulation of charge carriers and bound excited states for quantum opto-electronics.

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Fig. 1: Schematic of a gate-defined monolayer MoSe2 quantum-dot device, with negatively charged excitons localized in the gate-confined region.