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 Heterostructures in Semiconductors
(1996, NS 99)
H. G. Grimmeiss, Tord Claesson
June 4-8, Arild, Sweden
Proceedings: H. G. Grimmeiss: Heterostructures in Semiconductors, Physica Scripta (1996), vol T68, Stockholm, Sweden

ISSN 0031-8949
ISBN 91-87308-49-5

 

Table of Contents  
Program 4
List of participants 5
Conference photo 7
Opening Address 9
Band offsets and chemical bonding: the basis for heterostructure applications
H. Kroemer
10
Nanofabricated three dimensional photonic crystals operating at optical wavelengths
C. C. Cheng, V. Arbet-Engels, A. Scherer and E. Yablonovitch
17
Zero-dimensional structures in semiconductors
K. von Klitzing
21
Phase and temporal measurements in semiconductor quantum structures
M. Heiblum
27
The history and future of semiconductor heterostructures from the point of view of a Russian scientist
Z. I. Alferov
32
Experimental issues with mass and wave vector of composite fermions
H. L. Störmer
46
Quantum chaology in semiconductor heterostructures
L. Eaves, T. M. Fromhold, F. W. Sheard, P. B. Wilkinson, M. Henini, N. Miura and T. Takamasu
51
Possibilities for exciton condensation in semiconductor quantum-well structures
P. B. Littlewood and X. Zhu
56
Electronic properties of Si/SiGe/Ge heterostructures
G. Abstreiter
68
Wide bandgap semiconductors: blue-green lasers and exciton physics
A. Nurmikko and R. L. Gunshor
72
Optical investigations of Bloch oscillations in semiconductor superlattices
K. Leo
78
Theory of novel heterostructures and their properties
M. L. Cohen
84
Future applications of heterostructures
U. König
90
The future of physics of heterostructures: a glance into the crystal (quantum) ball
C. Weisbuch
102
Comments on quantum cascade lasers
F. Capasso, J. Faist and C. Sirtori
113
Comments on lasing and many-exciton physics in strongly confined systems
R. Cingolani
117

 

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