Electroluminescent cooling in intracavity light emitters: modeling and experiments
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- Lund University
We develop a coupled electronic charge and photon transport simulation model to allow for deeper analysis of our recent experimental studies of intracavity double diode structures (DDSs). The studied structures consist of optically coupled AlGaAs/GaAs double heterojunction light emitting diode (LED) and GaAs p–n-homojunction photodiode (PD) structure, integrated as a single semiconductor device. The drift–diffusion formalism for charge transport and an optical model, coupling the LED and the PD, are self-consistently applied to complement our experimental work on the evaluation of the efficiency of these DDSs. This is to understand better their suitability for electroluminescent cooling (ELC) demonstration, and shed further light on electroluminescence and optical energy transfer in the structures. The presented results emphasize the adverse effect of non-radiative recombination on device efficiency, which is the main obstacle for achieving ELC in III-V semiconductors.
|Journal||Optical and Quantum Electronics|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2018|
|MoE publication type||A1 Journal article-refereed|
- Electroluminescent cooling, III-As, Intracavity light emitters, Light-emitting diodes, Photodiodes