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Superlattices and microstructures

  title={Superlattices and microstructures},
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Electrical transport in semiconductor superlattices is often described by a miniband model, where the electrons perform a quasiclassical motion. Although this model is assumed to be valid in the
Nature of the electronic states in random dimer AlxGa1−xAs superlattices
  • S. Bentata
  • Physics
    2011 Saudi International Electronics, Communications and Photonics Conference (SIECPC)
  • 2011
We study the nature of the electronic states in one-dimensional disordered superlattices. We examine analytically and numerically the effects of short-range correlated disorder in Random Dimer
Transport in Semiconductor Superlattices: From Quantum Kinetics to Terahertz-Photon Detectors
Semiconductor superlattices are interesting for two distinct reasons: the possibility to design their structure (band-width(s), doping, etc.) gives access to a large parameter space where different
Superluminal tunnelling times as weak values
Abstract We consider the tunnelling particle as a pre- and post-selected system and prove that the tunnelling time is the expectation value of the position of a ‘clock’ degree of freedom weakly
N ov 2 00 5 Physics at the FMQT ’ 04 conference
This paper summarizes the recent state of the art of the following topics presented at the FQMT'04 conference: Quantum , mesoscopic and (partly) classical thermodynamics; Quantum limits to the second
Electronic and optical properties of quantum dots and wires
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Interface disorder effects on confined phonons in semiconductor microstructures
  • B. Jusserand
  • Physics
    Photonics West - Lasers and Applications in Science and Engineering
  • 1994
The lattice dynamics of superlattices is now very well understood and most of the theoretical predictions have been quantitatively verified by Raman scattering, at least on GaAS/AlAS structures. This
Optical characterisation of group III-nitride semiconductors
AbstractOptical Characterisation of Group III ? Nitride SemiconductorsCatherine Ann Othick, Ph.D., The University of Manchester, 2011Research presented in this thesis focuses on the optical
The hierarchy of incompressible fractional quantum Hall states
Theory of potential modulation in lateral surface superlattices.
  • Davies, Larkin
  • Physics
    Physical review. B, Condensed matter
  • 1994
Analytically the potential generated in a two-dimensional electron gas by a lateral superlattice on a GaAs heterostructure, formed by an array of parallel metal striped gates on the surface is calculated, showing that the strain from mismatched gates cannot be neglected in electronic transport phenomena that are sensitive to weak potentials.