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In this topical review, we report on recent advances on the coupling of single semiconductor quantum emitters, quantum dots, to the dynamic strain and electric fields of surface acoustic waves. Quantum dots are atom-like optically addressable two-level systems embedded in semiconductor matrices. On the one hand, the occupancy states of these 'artificial atoms' can be programmed by spatio-temporal carrier dynamics driven by sound waves. On the other hand, the quantized energy levels of electronsdoi:10.1088/1361-6463/aace3c fatcat:wjdkjob2q5bqfg4b3nmnkow6r4