About the authors
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
1. Low-dimensional semiconductors for nanoelectronics and nanophotonics
2. Survey of Solid State Physics and Quantum Mechanics
3. Review of Semiconductor Physics
4. Basic properties of low-Dimensional Structures
5. Semiconductor Quantum Nanostructures and Superlattices
6. Electric Field Transport in Nanostructures
7. Transport in low-dimensional structures under magnetic fields. The quantum Hall effect
8. Optical and electro-optical processes in low-dimensional quantum structures
9. Applications I: Electronic devices based on nanostructures
10. Applications II: Photonic and optoelectronic devices based on nanostructures
11. Novel advanced nanomaterials and devices for nanoelectronics and photonics
Appendix A. Solutions to selected problems.
Nanotechnology for Microelectronics and Photonics, Second Edition outlines the fundamental solid-state physics concepts that explain the new properties of matter caused by the reduction of solids to the nanometer scale. Applications of these electronic properties are also explored, helping students and researchers appreciate the current status and future potential of nanotechnology as applied to the electronics industry. This revised, updated, comprehensive book covers the many novel nanoscale applications in micro-optics and microelectronics that have been developed in recent years, while also looking to the future.
This book is an invaluable reference source for both industrial scientists and graduate students looking for a scholarly guide on how nanostructured materials and nanoscale devices are currently used in both micro-optics and microelectronics.
- Explains the behavioral changes which occur in solids at the nanoscale, making them the basis of a new generation of electronic devices
- Includes detailed coverage of the properties, processing and applications of nanostructured materials when used for optics and electronics
- Offers clear-and-concise coverage on how nanotechnology can be used in the areas of micro-optics and micro-electronics
MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) engineers, Mechanical and electrical engineers in corporate R&D groups and academia; graduate students studying optics and electronics
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- © Elsevier 2017
- 15th June 2017
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Raúl José Martín-Palma is Adjunct Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain. His research interests include work in nanostructures and nanotechnology, optics and photonics.
Adjunct Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
José Martínez-Duart is Professor of Physics at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. He is the author about three hundred publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals. During the 70s, he was Assistant Professor at Penn State University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Research Visiting Scientist at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. Later was the Director of the Solid State Physics Institute (CSIC) at Madrid, and the Applied Physics Department at Universidad Autónoma, Madrid.
He is the former President of the European Materials Research Society (EMRS), 2000-1, and the first President of the Spanish Materials Society. During the last twenty years he has been working on the electronic and optoelectronic properties of nanostructured materials. His previous books several books with Elsevier, serving as Co-Editor of the two-volumes, “Materials and Processes for Submicron Technologies” and “Current Trends in Nanotechnologies, as well as the first edition of the current book.
Professor of Physics, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain