Quantum Waveguide in Microcircuits

Jian-Bai Xia, Duan-Yang Liu, Wei-Dong Sheng

December 7, 2017 by Pan Stanford
Reference - 392 Pages - 7 Color & 118 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9789814669856 - CAT# N11655

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Features

  • Covers ultra-small devices on the basis of non-classical and nonlinear transport as well as quantum waveguide theory
  • Introduces transport theories and experiments beyond the classical transport, which are key for future semiconductor micro- and nanoelectronics
  • Develops the transfer matrix method and uses it to study the Rashba electron transport in the AB circular ring and square ring, and related spin polarization modulation
  • Discusses theories in view of their applications in next-generation semiconductor electronics and industry

Summary

Moore's Law predicts that the degree of microprocessor integration of circuits would double every 18 months in DRAM. Although the scaling of microelectronic circuit elements still follows Moore's Law, the unit density of power consumption becomes unacceptable. Therefore, on one hand, people develop continuously the microelectronic technology. On the other, people consider the developing road after Moore's rule is broken. This book introduces theories and experiments of quantum transport and intends to provide foundations of semiconductor micro- and nano electronics for after the Moore age.

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