Volume 60. Semiconductors and Organic Materials for Optoelectronic Applications

1st Edition

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Description

The symposium "UV, Blue and Green Light Emission from Semiconductor Materials" was part of the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) Spring Meeting in Strasbourg, 4-7 June, 1996 and it was arranged to bring together specialists in growth, characterization and device fabrication of materials suitable for visible and UV optoelectronic applications. Although the main emphasis was on the development of semiconductor diode lasers, work was also presented on the progress of frequently doubling techniques which have an immediate application in commercial systems. The proceedings are divided into Part I and Part II reflecting the two streams of research based on II-VI semiconductors on the one hand and III-V GaN based semiconductors on the other hand. Although these two areas are competing vigorously for the realization of practical blue laser diodes, there are many common problems, particularly with doping and also the need for suitable substrates for the growth of lattice matched structures.

The invited talks were presented by speakers from Japan, the USA and Europe with representation from both University and Industrial research groups. In particular, leaders in the development of blue lasers SONY (II-VI devices) and Nichia (GaN devices) provided important device papers alongside the excellent contributions on a wide range of topics covering epitaxial growth, optical structural and electrical measurements as well as problems of compensation of dopants and laser lifetimes.

The symposium "Nonlinear Optical and Optoelectronics Organic Materials" dealt with the development of organic molecules and polymers as potential replacements for existing materials in electronic, opt

Table of Contents

The contents are divided into Part I Symposium C on UV, Blue and Green Light Emission from Semiconductor Materials and Part II Symposium G on Nonlinear Optical and Optoelectronic Organic Materials. Further details available from the Publisher.

Details

Language:
English
Copyright:
© 1997
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
Print ISBN:
9780444205018
eBook ISBN:
9780080928906

About the authors

B. Gil

Affiliations and Expertise

Université de Montpellier II, Montpellier, France

B.C. Cavenett

Affiliations and Expertise

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

R.L. Aulombard

Affiliations and Expertise

Université de Montpellier II, Montpellier, France

G. Leising

Affiliations and Expertise

Intitut für Festkörperphysik, Technische Universität Graz, Austria

F. Stelzer

Affiliations and Expertise

Institut für Chemische Technologie organischer Stoffe, Technische Universität Graz, Graz, Austria

Robert Triboulet

Affiliations and Expertise

R.Triboulet, CNRS, GEMaC, Meudon Cedex, France

Reviews

The symposium "UV, Blue and Green Light Emission from Semiconductor Materials" was part of the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) Spring Meeting in Strasbourg, 4-7 June, 1996 and it was arranged to bring together specialists in growth, characterization and device fabrication of materials suitable for visible and UV optoelectronic applications. Although the main emphasis was on the development of semiconductor diode lasers, work was also presented on the progress of frequently doubling techniques which have an immediate application in commercial systems. The proceedings are divided into Part I and Part II reflecting the two streams of research based on II-VI semiconductors on the one hand and III-V GaN based semiconductors on the other hand. Although these two areas are competing vigorously for the realization of practical blue laser diodes, there are many common problems, particularly with doping and also the need for suitable substrates for the growth of lattice matched structures.

The invited talks were presented by speakers from Japan, the USA and Europe with representation from both University and Industrial research groups. In particular, leaders in the development of blue lasers SONY (II-VI devices) and Nichia (GaN devices) provided important device papers alongside the excellent contributions on a wide range of topics covering epitaxial growth, optical structural and electrical measurements as well as problems of compensation of dopants and laser lifetimes.

The symposium "Nonlinear Optical and Optoelectronics Organic Materials" dealt with the development of organic molecules and polymers as potential replacements for existing materials in electronic, opt