Nanoelectronics and Photonics

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Oktober 2008



Nanoelectronics and Photonics provides a fundamental description of the core elements and problems of advanced and future information technology. The authoritative book collects a series of tutorial chapters from leaders in the field covering fundamental topics from materials to devices and system architecture, and bridges the fundamental laws of physics and chemistry of materials at the atomic scale with device and circuit design and performance requirements.


Introduction: Nano & Giga Tutorials (Anatoli Korkin); Tutorial lectures from Nano & Giga Forum 2007 (Federico Rosei); Nanotechnology: a scientific melting pot (Nicolaas Bloembergen); Integrated Circuits Beyond CMOS (Konstantin Likharev); Nano and Giga Challenges for Information Technoloy (Stanley Williams).- Hybrid Semiconductor-Molecular Integrated Circuits for Digital Electronics: CMOL Approach (Dmitri Strukov).- Fundamentals of Spintronics in Metal and Semiconductor systems (Roland Kawakami, Kathleen McCreary, Yan Li).- Transport in Nanostructures (Stephen Goodnick). Density functional theory of high-k dielectric gate stacks (Alex Demkov).- Trapping phenomena in nanocrystalline semiconductors (Magdalena Lidia Ciurea).- Nanomechanics Fundamentals and Application in NEMS Technology (Marcel Lucas, Tai-De Li and Elisa Riedo).- Classical and quantum optics of semiconductor nanostructures (Walter Hoyer, Mackillo Kira and Stephan W. Koch).- Photonic Crystals: Physics, Fabrication, and Devices (Wei Jiang and Michelle L. Povinelli).- Two-photon polymerization - High Resolution 3D Laser Technology and its Applications (Aleksandr Ovsianikov and Boris N. Chichkov).
EAN: 9780387764986
ISBN: 0387764984
Untertitel: From Atoms to Materials, Devices, and Architectures. 'Nanostructure Science and Technology'. 16 page 4-color insert: 32 figures total, specified in Chess form. , 200 schw. -w. und 32 farbige Abbildungen, . Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2008
Seitenanzahl: XII
Format: gebunden
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