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Physical Models of Semiconductor Quantum Devices

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  • Begins with fundamental quantum mechanical concepts
  • Presents experimental data of nanodevices at device operation conditions
  • Introduces graduate students to the fast-developing nano science field
  • Helps researchers to analyze their experimental data
  • Provides basic key principles to optimize existing devices
  • Includes a database and references featuring common semiconductor materials and devices
  • Includes supplementary material:

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The science and technology relating to nanostructures continues to receive significant attention for its applications to various fields including microelectronics, nanophotonics, and biotechnology.
This book describes the basic quantum mechanical principles underlining this fast developing field.
From the fundamental principles of quantum mechanics to nanomaterial properties, from device physics to research and development of new systems, this title is aimed at undergraduates, graduates, postgraduates, and researchers.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Division of Theor. Chemistry and Biology, Royal Institute of Technology School of Biotechnology, Stockholm, Sweden

    Ying Fu

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University Lecturer, Associate Professor
Division of Theoretical Chemistry and Biology
School of Biotechnology
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.

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