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Two-Dimensional Systems, Heterostructures, and Superlattices

Proceedings of the International Winter School Mauterndorf, Austria, February 26 - March 2, 1984

by GГјnther Bauer

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Surfaces (Physics)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Günther Bauer, Friedemar Kuchar, Helmut Heinrich
    SeriesSpringer Series in Solid-State Sciences -- 53, Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences -- 53
    ContributionsKuchar, Friedemar, Heinrich, Helmut
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.7-418.76, TA418.9.T45
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27093154M
    ISBN 103642823130, 3642823114
    ISBN 109783642823138, 9783642823114
    OCLC/WorldCa851372255

    Dec 24,  · The Physics of the Two-Dimensional Electron Gas by J. T. Devreese, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Free-standing semiconductor nanowires in combination with advanced gate-architectures hold an exceptional promise as miniaturized building blocks in future integrated circuits. However, semiconductor nanowires are often corrupted by an increased number of close-by surface states, which are detrimental with respect to their optical and electronic travel-australia-planning-guide.com by:

    Because of the reduced dielectric screening and enhanced Coulomb interactions, two-dimensional (2D) materials like phosphorene and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) exhibit strong excitonic effects, resulting in fascinating many-particle phenomena covering both intralayer and interlayer excitons. Their intrinsic band gaps and strong excitonic emissions allow the possibility to tune the Author: Xiaoyang Zheng, Xian Zhang. By using first-principles electronic structure calculations, we studied electronic and energetic properties of perovskite oxide heterostructures with different epitaxial growth order between anatase TiO2 and LaAlO3. Two types of heterostructures, i.e., TiO2 film grown on LaAlO3 substrate (TiO2/LaAlO3) and LaAlO3 film grown on TiO2 substrate (LaAlO3/TiO2), were travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 6.

    Unique optoelectronic properties and interlayer coupling are observed in the artificial two-dimensional (2D) heterostructures based on graphene, MoS2 and WS2 monolayers. In the graphene–WS2 heterostructures, substantial photoluminescence (PL) quenching and significant stiffening phonon modes emerge due to st Journal of Materials Chemistry C Most Accessed Manuscripts. Aug 01,  · Carrier Transport in Artificially Structured Two-Dimensional Semiconductor Systems (W Walukiewicz) Miniband Conduction in Semiconductor Superlattices (A Sibille et al.) Barrier Width Dependence of Optical Properties in Semiconductor Superlattices (J J Song et al.) Radiative Processes in GaAs/AIGaAs Heterostructures (P O Holtz et al.).


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Two-Dimensional Systems, Heterostructures, and Superlattices by GГјnther Bauer Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume contains the proceedings of the International Winter School on "Heterostructures and Two-Dimensional Electronic Systems in Semiconductors".

The school took place in Mauterndorf, Austria, from February 26 - March 2,and was the third one in a series of winter and Superlattices book on "New Develop­ ments in Solid-State Physics", organized by. This volume contains the proceedings of the International Winter School on "Heterostructures Heterostructures Two-Dimensional Electronic Systems in Semiconductors".

The school took place in Mauterndorf, Austria, from February 26 - March 2,and was the third one in a series of winter schools on "New.

Two-dimensional systems, heterostructures, and superlattices: proceedings of the International Winter School, Mauterndorf, Austria, February March 2, Two-Dimensional Systems, Heterostructures, and Superlattices.

Two-Dimensional Systems, Heterostructures, and Superlattices pp | Cite as. The Magnetophonon Effect in Two-Dimensional Systems.

Authors; Authors and affiliations Kuchar F., Heinrich H. (eds) Two-Dimensional Systems, Heterostructures, and Superlattices. Springer Series in Cited by: 3. SiNW heterostructures can be realized through selective material transformation using conventional lithography to define regions of transformation [12].Examples are given for NiSi/Si heterostructures and superlattices (Fig.

).Nickel metal is first patterned onto SiNWs, and then the nickel-containing regions are transformed to NiSi by annealing at elevated temperature.

Owing to new physical, technological, and device concepts of low-dimensionalelectronic systems, the physics and fabrication of quasi-zero, one- and two-dimensional systems are rapidly growing fields. The contributions presented in this volume cover results of nanostructure.

Get this from a library. Two-Dimensional Systems, Heterostructures, and Superlattices: Proceedings of the International Winter School Mauterndorf, Austria, And Superlattices book 26 - March 2, [Günther Bauer; Friedemar Kuchar; H Heinrich] -- This volume contains the proceedings of the International Winter School on "Heterostructures and Two-Dimensional Electronic Systems in Semiconductors".

Superlattices and Other Heterostructures deals with optical properties of superlattices and quantum-well structures with emphasis on phenomena governed by crystal symmetries.

After a brief introduction to group theory and symmetries, methods to calculate spectra of electrons, excitions and. The aim of this Special Issue, entitled “2D Materials and Their Heterostructures and Superlattices”, is to offer the latest cutting-edge research and development in the field of van der Waals heterostructures and 2D materials-based superlattices.

This book examines the basic electronic and optical properties of two dimensional semiconductor heterostructures based on III-V and II-VI compounds. The book explores various consequences of one-dimensional size-quantization on the most basic physical properties of.

The motion of two-dimensional carriers in quantum wells and superlattices is discussed, with emphasis on subband dispersion parallel to the interfaces and on quantization in a perpendicular. Wave Mechanics Applied to Semiconductor Heterostructures (Monographs of Physics (Les Editions de Physique)) [Gerald Bastard] on travel-australia-planning-guide.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Examines the basic electronic and optical properties of two- dimensional semiconductor heterostructures based on III-V and II-VI compounds. Explores various consequences of one-dimensional size-quantization on the most Cited by: publisher is not associated with any product or vendor mentioned in this book.

Limit of Liability/Disclaimer of Warranty: While the publisher and authors have used their best efforts in preparing this book, they make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this book.

Mar 20,  · Semiconductor heterostructures and superlattices represent the essential material foundation for all modern electronics and optoelectronics. Integrating dissimilar materials with pristine Cited by: Superlattices have attracted great interest because their use may make it possible to modify the spectra of two-dimensional electron systems and, ultimately, create materials with tailored Author: Matthew Holwill.

Abstract. We have theoretically investigated the electronic resonant tunneling effect in graphene superlattice heterostructures, where a tunable graphene layer is Author: Zhang, Shan.

Heterojunctions and Semiconductor Superlattices: Proceedings of the Winter School Les Houches, France, March[Guy Allan, R. Herschler] on travel-australia-planning-guide.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Winter School held in Les Houches on Marchwas devoted to Semiconductor Heterojunctions and SuperlatticesCited by: 1.

Idealized Quantum Wells and Superlattices: A Summary. Coulombic Bound States and Interface Defects in Heterostructures. Energy Levels in Modulation-Doped Heterostructures. This book is specifically concerned with the basic electronic and optical properties of two dimensional semiconductor heterostructures based on III-V and II-Vi.

Semiconductor materials, which are used to fabricate the superlattice structures, may be divided by the element groups, IV, III-V and II-VI. While group III-V semiconductors (especially GaAs/Al x Ga 1−x As) have been extensively studied, group IV heterostructures such as the Si x Ge 1−x system are much more difficult to realize because of the large lattice mismatch.

One important application of heterostructures is to modulation-doped structures for high-speed transistors, where doping in a wider-gap material is used to create a high-mobility, two-dimensional carrier gas in an adjacent, lower-gap material (Liu, ; Roblin and Rohdin, ).

Such structures are specifically discussed below. Jan 01,  · This invaluable book is devoted to the physics, technology and device applications of semiconductor structures with ultrathin layers where the electronic properties are governed by the quantum-mechanical laws.

Such structures called quantum wells or structures with the two-dimensional electron gas, have become one of the most actively.As of now, a number of band gap engineered superlattices architectures, such as W-structure, M-structure for heterostructures (pMp or nBn) and complementary barrier infrared detector have been proposed with the improved performance compared to a homojunction design [9, 10, 11, 12].Author: Sanghyun Lee, Kent J.

Price.We were motivated to organize this Advanced Study Institute in view of the recent experimental and theoretical progress in the study of the two-dimensional electron gas.

An additional motivation was our own theore­ tical interest in cyclotron resonance in two-dimensional electron systems at our institute.