Physics of Semiconductors 2002: Proceedings of the 26th International Conference, Edinburgh, 29 July to 2 August 2002, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Physics of Semiconductors 2002

Proceedings of the 26th International Conference, Edinburgh, 29 July to 2 August 2002, 1st Edition

Edited by J.H Davies, A.R Long

CRC Press

313 pages

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The 26th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors was held from 29 July to 2 August 2002 at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. It is the premier meeting in the field of semiconductor physics and attracted over 1000 participants from leading academic, governmental and industrial institutions in some 50 countries around the world. Plenary and invited papers (34) have been printed in the paper volume, and all submitted papers (742) are included on the CD-ROM.

These proceedings provide an international perspective on the latest research and a review of recent developments in semiconductor physics. Topics range from growth and properties of bulk semiconductors to the optical and transport properties of semiconductor nanostructures. There are 742 papers, mostly arranged in chapters on Bulk, dynamics, defects and impurities, growth (147); Heterostructures, quantum wells, superlattices - optical (138); Heterostructures, quantum wells, superlattices - transport (97); Quantum nanostructures - optical (120); Quantum nanostructures - transport (85); New materials and concepts (52); Novel devices (43); and Spin and magnetic effects (48). A number of trends were identified in setting up the overall programme of the conference. There were significant contributions from new directions of research such as nanostructures and one-dimensional physics; spin effects and ferromagnetism; and terahertz and subband physics. These complemented areas in which the conference has traditional strengths, such as defects and bulk materials; crystal growth; quantum transport; and optical properties.

As a record of a conference that covers the whole range of semiconductor physics, this book is an essential reference for researchers working on semiconductor physics, device physics, materials science, chemistry, and electronic and electrical engineering.

Table of Contents

Plenary Papers

Invited Papers

Bulk, Defects and Impurities, Growth

Heterostructures, Quantum Wells, Superlattices-Optical

Heterostructures, Quantum Wells, Superlattices-Transport

Quantum Nanostructures-Optical

Quantum Nanostructures-Transport

New Materials and Concepts

Novel Devices

Spin and Magnetic Effects

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