Synopses & Reviews
This volume presents a discussion of the latest results in the physics of low-dimensional structures. At the winter school major breakthroughs were reported, and some of the excitement of the participants is reflected in the contributions. The topics treated range from the fabrication of microstructures and the physical background of future semiconductor devices to vertical transport in nanostructures, universal conductance fluctuations, and the transition from two-dimensional to one-dimensional conduction in semiconductor structures.
Table of Contents
Fabrication of Microstructures.- Vertical Transport and Tunneling Phenomena.- Quantum Interference Effects, Mesoscopic Systems.- From Two Dimensions to One: Conductance Phenomena and Optical Properties.- Submicron Devices: Physics and Applications.- Index of Contributors.