Electron states in a quantum dot (QD) located near a 2D system of dipolar excitons are perturbed by fluctuations of the exciton density caused by the electron-exciton interaction. This results in the frequency changes of electron transitions in a QD. The frequency depends on the exciton density, as well as on the exciton gas phase state. In the present work, the shifts of the two lowest QD energy levels are found both in the normal state of the exciton system and for the Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) regime.
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