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Comment: Review talk submitted to "Progress in Nonequilibrium Green's Functions III", August 22 - 25 (2005), Kiel, Germany
Comment: 11 pages, 3 figures, submitted to Superlattices and Microscructures, special issue to commemorate Rolf Landauer's 70th birthday
Comment: Submitted to "Progress in Nonequilibrium Green's Functions", Ed. M. Bonitz, World Scientific; 24 pages, 7 figures, uses sprocl.sty (included) Revised version (misprints corrected, added two references)
Comment: 4 pages, REVTEX 3.0, uses epsf, 5 figures attached as Z-compressed .tar file
Comment: 23 pages, 14 figures, invited paper for the Focus issue of the New Journal of Physics on Nano-electromechanical systems
Comment: LaTeX document, 15 pages. 4 figures (Fig. 2 comes in 7 pages) in postscript appended to the LaTeX document
Comment: 4 pages, 6 PostScript figures available from, REVTEX 3.0
Comment: 6 pages using latex2e and EuroPhys.sty. Uses epsf to include 5 figures (submitted to Europhys. Lett.)
We investigate the impact of many-body interactions on group-velocity slowdown achieved via electromagnetically induced transparency in quantum dots using three different coupling-probe schemes (ladder, V, and Lambda, respectively). We find that for all schemes many-body interactions have an important impact on the slow light properties. In the case of the Lambda and V schemes, the minimum required coupling power to achieve slow light is significantly reduced by many-body interactions. V type schemes are found to be generally preferable due to a favorable redistribution of carriers in energy space.
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