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Mesoscopic Electronics in Solid State Nanostructures, 3rd Edition

ISBN: 978-3-527-40932-7
455 pages
March 2010
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This updated and expanded third edition of this successful work includes a new, comprehensive introduction to the recursive Green's function technique applied to model solid state nanostructures.
From the contents:
* An Update of Solid State Physics
* Surfaces, Interfaces, and Layered Devices
* Experimental Techniques
* Important Quantities in Mesoscopic Transport
* Magnetotransport Properties of Quantum Films
* Quantum Wires and Quantum Point Contacts
* Theory of Ballistic Transport
* Electronic Phase Coherence
* Single Electron Tunneling
* Quantum Dots
* Mesoscopic Superlattices
* Spintronics
Focusing on the physical background as well as on technical details of the technology, this is a must-have textbook for beginners in the field.
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Introduction
An Update of Solid State Physics
Surfaces, Interfaces, and Layered Devices
Experimental Techniques
Important Quantities in Mesoscopic Transport
Magnetotransport Properties of Quantum Films
Quantum Wires and Quantum Point Contacts
Modeling of Ballistic transport in mesoscopic structures
Electronic Phase Coherence
Single Electron Tunneling
Quantum Dots
Mesoscopic Superlattices
Spintronics
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Thomas Heinzel received his PhD from the University of Munich in 1994. He subsequently joined the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, for two years. From 1996 to 2001, he worked at the ETH Zurich, where he received his habilitation. From 2001 to 2004, Professor Heinzel held a professorship in experimental physics at the University of Freiburg, after which he accepted a post as professor of experimental physics of condensed matter at the University of Düsseldorf, both in Germany. His current research interests are electrons in nanostructured as well as in self-organized materials.
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