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"Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors" is a well-established, specialist conference, held every 2 years, covering a range of topics of current interest to R&D in semiconductor physics/materials, optoelectronics, nanotechnology, quantum information processing. Papers accepted for publication are selected and peer-reviewed by members of the Program Committee during the conference to ensure both rapid and high-quality processing. The proceedings of this series of conferences constitute a comprehensive source of reference of the acknowledged state of the art in the field.…mehr

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"Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors" is a well-established, specialist conference, held every 2 years, covering a range of topics of current interest to R&D in semiconductor physics/materials, optoelectronics, nanotechnology, quantum information processing. Papers accepted for publication are selected and peer-reviewed by members of the Program Committee during the conference to ensure both rapid and high-quality processing. The proceedings of this series of conferences constitute a comprehensive source of reference of the acknowledged state of the art in the field.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 14.12.2007
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783540365884
  • Artikelnr.: 37368180
Autorenporträt
Marco Saraniti, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, USA / Umberto Ravaioli, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, Urbana, IL, USA
Inhaltsangabe
Electron transport in curved low dimensional electron systems.- Fabrication and Characterization of InAs Mesoscopic Devices.- Nonlinear Effects on Quantum Interference in Electron Billiards.- Prediction of Entanglement Detection by I-V Characteristics.- Simulation of Entanglement Creation for Carrier-Impurity Scattering in a 2D System.- Super-Poissonian Current Fluctuations in Tunneling Through Coupled Quantum Dots.- Ultrafast Formation of Coupled Phonon-Plasmon Modes in InP Observed with Femtosecond Terahertz Spectroscopy.- Optical Coherent Control of Polariton Modes in ZnSe Single-Quantum Wells.- Optical Properties of Coupled Quantum Disk-Waveguide Structure.- Picosecond Spin-Preserving Carrier Capture in InGaAs/GaAs Quantum Dots.- Influence of Surfaces on the Pure Dephasing of Quantum Dots.- Exploiting the Non-Markovian Nature of Carrier-Phonon Dynamics: Multi-Pulse Control of Decoherence in Quantum Dots.- Numerical Study of Weak Localization Effects in Disordered Cavities.- Carrier Scattering by Optical Phonons, Two-Phonon Processes in Photon Absorption, and Spontaneous Polarization in Wurtzites.- Terahertz Plasma Oscillations in Nanotransistors.- High-Intensity THz Radiation From a Large Interdigitated Array Photoconductive Emitter.- Broadband Terahertz Emission From Ion-Implanted Semiconductors.- THz Collective Real-Space Oscillations of Ballistic Electrons in Wide Parabolic Potential Wells: an Exotic Transport Regime.- Effect of Injector Doping on Non-Equilibrium Electron Dynamics in Mid-Infrared GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Cascade Lasers.- Experimental Investigation of Hot Carriers in THz and Mid-IR Quantum Cascade Lasers.- Time- and Spectrally Resolved THz Photoconductivity in Quantum Hall Devices.- Transport Properties and Terahertz Emission in Narrow Minigap GaAs-GaAlAs Superlattices.- Investigation of Antenna-Coupled MOM Diodes for Infrared Sensor Applications.- Transport and Noise in Ultrafast Unipolar Nanodiodes and Nanotransistors.- Monte Carlo Study of Coupled SO Scattering in Si MOSFETs with High ?- Dielectric Gate Stacks: Hot Electron and Disorder Effects.- Implementation of Separable Scattering Mechanisms in Three-Dimensional Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Devices.- A 2D-NEGF Quantum Transport Study of Unintentional Charges in a Double Gate Nanotransistor.- Wigner Function RTD Simulations with DMS Barriers.- High Field Transport in GaN and AlGaN/GaN Heterojunction Field Effect Transistors.- Impact Ionization and High-Field Electron Transport in GaN.- Studies of High Field Transport in a High-Quality InN Film by Ultrafast Raman Spectroscopy.- Monte Carlo Investigation of Dynamic Transport in Nitrides.- High-Field Transport in Nitride Channels: a Hot-Phonon Bottleneck.- Quantum Transport and Spin Polarization in Strongly Biased Semiconductor Superlattices with Rashba Spin-Orbit Coupling.- Temperature Dependent Transport in Spin Valve Transistor Structures.- Spin Filtering Effects in a Quantum Point Contact.- Exchange Effects in the Wigner-Function Approach.- Few-Particle Quantum Transmitting Boundary Method: Scattering Resonances Through a Charged 1D Quantum Dot.- The R-? Approach to Tunnelling in Nanoscale Devices.- Monte Carlo Simulation of Solid-State Thermionic Energy Conversion Devices Based on Non-Planar Heterostructure Interfaces.- Simulations of Inelastic Tunnelling in Molecular Bridges.- Phonon Effects in Nanotubes: Phase Space Reduction and Electron Conductance.- Carbon Nanotubes Films for Sensing Applications: From Piezoresistive Sensor to Gas Sensing.- Electro-Thermal Transport in Silicon and Carbon Nanotube Devices.- Silicon-Based Ion Channel Platforms.- Implicit Water Simulations of Non-Equilibrium Charge Transport in Ion Channels.- An Investigation of the Dependence of Ionic Conduction on the Dielectric Properties of Porin.- Physical Mechanisms for Ion-Current Levelling Off in the KcsA Channel Through Combined Monte Carlo/Molecular Dynamics Simulations.- Simulations of the Gramicidin A Channel by