Ultrafast Phenomena in Semiconductors 2001
This book on ultrafast phenomena in semiconductors covers the electrical, magnetic and optical properties of charge carriers in solids and the interaction of solids and low-dimensional structures with electromagnetic fields and radiation. The book gives particular attention to: (a) Spectroscopic, transport, noise and localization properties of electrons and holes confined in quantum wells and quantum dots, including microdevices, (b) Physical principles of generation and detection of Teraherz electromagnetic radiation, and (c) high-speed electronics and materials.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Chapters: Nanostructures and Quantum Phenomena Hot Electrons and Noise in Microdevices Terahertz Technology High-speed Optoelectronics Materials for High-speed Optoelectronics