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**Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots (2nd Edition)** written by
**Paul Harrison**.
This book is aimed at providing all of the essential information, both theoretical and computational, in order that the reader can, starting from essentially nothing, understand how the electronic, optical and transport properties of semiconductor heterostructures are calculated. However, perhaps more importantly, starting from this low common denominator, this text is designed to lead the reader through a series of simple example theoretical and computational implementations, and slowly build from solid foundations, to a level where the reader can begin to initiate theoretical investigations or explanations of their own.

This book provides all the essential information, both theoretical and computational, to develop an understanding of the electronic, optical and transport properties of these semiconductor nanostructures. The book will lead the reader through comprehensive explanations and mathematical derivations to the point where they can design semiconductor nanostructures with the required electronic and optical properties for exploitation in these technologies.

**Book Detail :- **
** Title: ** Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots
** Edition: ** 2nd
** Author(s): ** Paul Harrison
** Publisher: ** Wiley-Interscience
** Series: **
** Year: ** 2005
** Pages: ** 497
** Type: ** PDF
** Language: ** English
** ISBN: ** 0470010797,9780470010792
** Country: ** UK

**About Author :- **
The author **Paul Harrison** did a a PhD in computational physics at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and then returned to Hull in 1991 to work as a postdoctoral researcher assistant in the Applied Physics department. After four successful years Paul had built his CV up to the level to obtain a five-year research fellowship in 1995 in the School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds. This was a strategic move by the University of Leeds to hire early-career researchers and develop them into independent research leaders. The fellowship gave Paul the time to invest heavily in his own research portfolio and Paul built up a group of research students and postdocs, a strong publications track record and an international reputation in theory and design of semiconductor optoelectronic devices.

At the end of his fellowship Paul was promoted to Reader in 2000 and subsequently Professor of Quantum Electronics in 2002. The following year Paul was nominated by the staff to be Head of the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, rated 5* in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise. Under his leadership the school continued to develop its research portfolio and worked as a team to push on with its research strategy: subsequently rewarded by being ranked top of its unit of assessment in the 2008 RAE.

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**Book Contents :- **
**Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots (2nd Edition)** written by
** Paul Harrison **
cover the following topics.

1. Semiconductors and heterostructures

2. Solutions to Schrodinger's equation

3. Numerical solutions

4. Diffusion

5. Impurities

6. Excitons

7. Strained quantum wells, V. D. Jovanovic

8. Quantum wires and dots

9. Carrier scattering

10. Multiband envelope function (k.p) method, Z. Ikonic

11. Empirical pseudopotential theory

12. Microscopic electronic properties of heterostructures

13. Application to quantum wires and dots

Concluding Remarks

Appendix A: Materials parameters

References

Topic Index

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