This timely work presents a comprehensive overview of the development of new generations of infrared detectors based on artificially synthesized quantum structures. The growth of quantum wells and superlattices is well documents in this volume, as are the principal new superlattice technologies for long wavelength infrared detection. Featuring insightful contributions from researchers working at the "cutting edge" of this exciting field, this volume is sure to become an essential reference for advanced graduate students and researchers alike.
Table of Contents
About the Series, Preface, Introduction, 1 The Basic Physics of Photoconductive Quantum Well, 2 Growth and Characterization of GalnP/GaAs, 3 Metal Grating Coupled Bound-to Miniband Transition, 4 Grating Coupled Quantum Well Infrared Detectors, 5 Normal Incidence Detection of Infrared Radiation, 6 N-Type III—V Multiple-Quantum-Well Detectors, 7 Infrared Detectors Based on GalnSb/InAs Superlattices, 8 Novel InTlSb Infrared Detectors, Index
Manijeh Razeghi is the director of the Center for Quantum Devices and a faculty member of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at Northwestern University.