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Nanoelectronics and Information Technology. 3rd Edition

  • ID: 2180340
  • Book
  • 1040 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Book:
Providing an introduction to electronic materials and device concepts for the major areas of current and future information technology, the value of this book lies in its focus on the underlying principles. Illustrated by contemporary examples, these basic principles will hold for many years, despite the rapid developments in this field. There is hardly any other field where the links between basic science and application are tighter than in nanoelectronics and information technology. As an example, the design of tunneling field effect transistors, single electron devices or molecular electronic structures is simply inconceivable without delving deep into quantum mechanics. This textbook is primarily aimed at students of physics, electrical engineering and information technology, as well as material science in their 3rd year and higher. It is equally of interest to professionals wanting a broader overview of this hot topic.

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Preface

General Introduction

I FUNDAMENTALS

1 Dielectric, Ferroelectric, and Optical Properties

2 Electronic Properties and Quantum Effects

3 Mesoscopic Electron Transport

4 Spintransfer Phenomena in Layered Structures

5 Organic Molecules –

Structures and Electronic Properties

6 Neurons –

The Molecular Basis of Their Electrical Excitability

7 Logic Gates and Digital Circuits

II TECHNOLOGY AND ANALYSIS

8 Advanced Optical and Particle Beam Lithography

9 Nanoimprint Lithography

10 Structural and Chemical Characterization on the Nanoscale

11 Scanning Probe Analysis

12 Atomic and Molecular Manipulation

13 Bottom–Up Approaches by Self–Organization Techniques

III LOGIC DEVICES

14 Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor Field–Effect Transistors: Novel Materials and Alternative Concepts

15 Nanoelectromechanical Logic Gates

16 Single–Electron Devices for Logic Applications

17 Electron Waveguide Devices

18 Superconductor Digital Electronics

19 Spin–Based Logics –

Principles and Concepts

20 Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene for Data Processing

21 Molecular Electronics –

Functions and Features Arising from Tailor–Made Molecules

IV COMPUTATIONAL CONCEPTS AND ARCHITECTURES

22 Performance Estimates for Microprocessors: at Technology Limits and in Practice

23 Reconfigurable Nano–Crossbar Architectures

24 Cognitive Computing

25 Quantum Computing –

Fundamentals and Solid–State Realizations

V MEMORY DEVICES AND STORAGE SYSTEMS

26 Flash Memories

27 Capacitor–based Random Access Memories

28 Magnetic Random Access Memories

29 Information Storage Based on Phase Change Materials

30 Redox–Based Resistive Random Access Memories

31 Scanning Probe Storage

32 Holographic Data Storage

VI DATA TRANSMISSION AND INTERFACES

33 Metal Interconnects

34 Three–Dimensional Integration

35 Photonic Networks

36 RF and Microwave Communication –

Systems, Circuits and Devices

37 From RFID Tags to Nanomorphic Systems

38 Neuroelectronic Interfacing with Semiconductor Chips

VII SENSOR ARRAYS AND IMAGING SYSTEMS

39 Optical 3–D Time–of–Flight Imaging System

40 Micromachined Thermal Detector Arrays for Infrared Imaging

41 Electronic Noses and Tongues

42 2–D Tactile Sensors and Tactile Sensor Arrays

VIII DISPLAYS

43 Liquid Crystal Displays

44 Organic Light Emitting Devices

45 Plasma Displays

46 Micromirror Displays

47 Electronic Paper

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