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Future Trends in Microelectronics
The Nano, the Giga, and the Ultra
by Serge Luryi
Jimmy Xu
and Alex Zaslavsky

Future Trends in Microelectronics offers a revealing look at the future of the microelectronics industry as envisioned by today's top experts in the field.

Future Trends in Microelectronics brings together the collective expertise of professionals from the fields of industry, academia, and government.

Engineering professionals, researchers, and policymakers alike will benefit from this insightful and forthright assessment of the future of microelectronics.

Timely identification of the plausible scenarios for tomorrow presents a tremendous opportunity for constructive action today.


  • Nanoelectronic technology : in search of the ultimate device structure
  • Limits and alternatives to optical lithography
  • The future of CMOS downscaling
  • Future trends in memory developments : challenges and perspective
  • Future challenges and needs for nano-electronics from a manufacturing viewpoint
  • Wireless sensor networks and the sensor revolution
  • The physical layer of ambient intelligence
  • Modeling of near-field effects in sub-wavelength deep ultraviolet lithography
  • Extreme future CMOS devices using SOI technology
  • Double gate coupling and quantum tunneling in ultrathin SOI MOSFETs
  • Space-radiation effects in advanced SOI devices and alternative gate dielectrics
  • Modeling of mobility in ultra-thin SOI MOSFETs : physical understanding and analytical models for device simulators
  • Electrodynamics of left-handed media
  • Spintronics?
  • Understanding molecular transistors
  • Molecular electronics : experiments, device concepts and architectures
  • Molecular electronics : a proposed roadmap for commercialization
  • Self-assembly motifs for molecular electronic test structures
  • On the road towards superconductor computers : twenty years later
  • Self-organized molecular beam epitaxial growth of AlGaN/GaN nanostructures on Si(III) substrates for optoelectronic applications
  • Free-standing Si/SiGe micro- and nanotubes for microelectronics
  • Silicon-on-insulator (SOI) : a path for integration of silicon light emitters into future microelectronic chips?
  • Organic microelectronics based on polymer nanostructures
  • Quantum devices : microscopic theory and simulation
  • Critical current and magnetic properties of Nb-Cu-Ni-Cu-Nb junctions
  • Tunneling mechanism of 1/f noise in GaN-based HFETs
  • Quantum cascade lasers : old hats and new
  • Quantum cascade lasers and applications, opportunities and limitations
  • Quantum cascade laser : the source of choice for THz photonics?
  • Phonon-depopulated THz quantum cascade lasers
  • The generation and applications of ultra-broadband terahertz radiation
  • Avoiding light holes on the path to a Si/SiGe quantum cascade
  • Design and continuous-wave room temperature performance of GaInAsSb/AlGaAsSb type-I electrically pumped lasers
  • Semiconductor lasers beyond quantum dots
  • Phonon or polaron lasers?

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Future Trends in Microelectronics
The Nano, the Giga, and the Ultra
by Serge Luryi, Jimmy Xu and Alex Zaslavsky

2004 • 408 pages • $83.95 + shipping
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