Wide-bandgap semiconductors such as SiC, GaN and related alloys, BN and related alloys, ZnCeSiN2, ZnO, and others continue to find new applications in solid-state lighting, sensors, filters, high-power electronics, biological detection, and spintronics. Improved bulk and epitaxial growth, processing, device design, and understanding of the physics of transport in heterostructures are all necessary for realization of these new technologies. The papers in this volume span a range of subjects from material growth and characterization to the processing and application of devices in the electronic, as well as the optoelectronic, fields.70, 2729 (1997). 4. J.C. Zopler, D.J. Rieger, A.G. Baca, S.J. Pearton, J.W. Lee and R.A. Stall Appl. Phys. Lett 69. 538(19%). 5. J.F. Ziegler, SRIM Instruction Manual, http://www.SRIM.org (2002). 6. S.J. Pearton, C.B. Vartuli, J.C Zolper, C. Yuan, anbsp;...
|Title||:||New applications for wide-bandgap semiconductors|
|Author||:||Jen-Inn Chyi, Materials Research Society, Materials Research Society. Meeting|