Nanoscale Field Effect Transistors: Emerging Applications is a comprehensive guide to understanding, simulating, and applying nanotechnology for design and development of specialized transistors. This book provides in-depth information on the modeling, simulation, characterization, and fabrication of semiconductor FET transistors. The book contents are structured into chapters that explain concepts with simple language and scientific references.
The core of the book revolves around the fundamental physics that underlie the design of solid-state nanostructures and the optimization of these nanoscale devices for real-time applications. Readers will learn how to achieve superior performance in terms of reduced size and weight, enhanced subthreshold characteristics, improved switching efficiency, and minimal power consumption.
1. Quick summaries: Each chapter provides an introduction and summary to explain concepts in a concise manner.
2. In-Depth Analysis: This book provides an extensive exploration of the theory and practice of nanoscale materials and devices, offering a detailed understanding of the technical aspects of Nano electronic FET transistors.
3. Multidisciplinary Approach: It discusses various aspects of nanoscale materials and devices for applications such as quantum computation, biomedical applications, energy generation and storage, environmental protection, and more. It showcases how nanoscale FET devices are reshaping multiple industries.
4. References: Chapters include references that encourage advanced readers to further explore key topics.
Designed for a diverse audience, this book caters to students, academics and advanced readers interested in learning about Nano FET devices.
Students, academics and advanced readers