Theory Of Semiconductor Quantum Dots: Band Structure, Optical Properties And Applications Hardback
Semiconductor structures containing zero-dimensional objects - quantum dots - are the subject of intensive research worldwide.
This monograph describes a detailed theory of the electronic band structure and optical properties of semiconductor quantum dots.The author provides a comprehensive description of an original approach based on a combination of the Fourier transform, the Green's function and plane-wave expansion techniques in the framework of multiband 8x8 kp theory.
The calculated band structure, optical properties and device applications are analyzed in line with available experiments for a large number of realistic quantum dot structures and various combinations of materials, such as InGaN, GaN/AlN, ZnSe, InGaAs (including dots-in-the-well), ZnSe/CdSe, and lead salts.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 400 pages
- Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
- Publication Date: 29/02/2020
- Category: Semi-conductors & super-conductors
- ISBN: 9789812568816
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