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Author Li, Ming-Fu.
Title Selected semiconductor research / Ming-Fu Li.
Imprint London : Imperial College Press ; Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ, ©2011.

Author Li, Ming-Fu.
Subject Semiconductors -- Research.
Nanoelectronics -- Research.
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 508 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
Summary This unique volume assembles the author's scientific and engineering achievements of the past three decades in the areas of semiconductor physics and materials, including topics in deep level defects and band structures, CMOS devices, including the topics in device technology, CMOS device reliability, and nano CMOS device quantum modeling, and the Analog Integrated circuit design. It reflects the scientific career of a semiconductor researcher educated in China during the 20th century. The book can be referenced by research scientists, engineers, and graduate students working in the areas of solid state and semiconductor physics and materials, electrical engineering and semiconductor devices as well as chemical engineering.
Contents Preface; Contents; Introduction; Chapter 1. Defects in Semiconductors; Chapter 2. Semiconductor Band Structures; Chapter 3. Analog Integrated Circuit Design; Chapter 4. CMOS Device Reliability; Chapter 5. CMOS Technology; Chapter 6. Nano CMOS Device Quantum Simulation; Complete List of Publications; Biography
Note English.
ISBN 9781848164079 (electronic bk.)
1848164076 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 742589815
Additional Format Print version: Li, Ming-Fu. Selected semiconductor research. London : Imperial College Press, ©2011 1848164068 (OCoLC)707326085

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