Spin-orbit Coupling Effects in Two-Dimensional Electron and Hole Systems

@inproceedings{Winkler2003SpinorbitCE,
  title={Spin-orbit Coupling Effects in Two-Dimensional Electron and Hole Systems},
  author={Roland G. Winkler},
  year={2003}
}
Introduction.- Band Structure of Semiconductors.- The Extended Kane Model.- Electron and Hole States in Quasi 2D Systems.- Origin of Spin-Orbit Coupling Effects.- Inversion Asymmetry Induced Spin Splitting.- Anisotropic Zeeman Splitting in Quasi 2D Systems.- Landau Levels and Cyclotron Resonance.- Anomalous Magneto-Oscillations.- Conclusions.- Notation and Symbols.- Quasi Degenerate Perturbation Theory.- The Extended Kane Model: Tables.- Band Structure Parameters. 
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