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Everyone is familiar with the amazing performance of a modern smartphone, powered by a billion-plus nanotransistors, each having an active region that is barely a few hundred atoms in length.
These lecture notes are about a less appreciated by-product of the microelectronics revolution, namely the deeper understanding of current flow, and device operation that it has enabled, which forms the basis for a new approach to transport problems.
The book assumes very little background beyond linear algebra and differential equations, and is intended to be accessible to anyone in any branch of science or engineering.
Readers are encouraged to visit the website http://nanohub.org/groups/lnebook to access revisions, corrections, video lectures, tutorials, quizzes and also to join a Q&A forum based on questions from readers.
The New Ohm's Law:
The Bottom-Up Approach
Why Electrons Flow
The Elastic Resistor
Ballistic and Diffusive Transport
Diffusion Equation for Ballistic Transport
What about Drift?
Electrostatics is Important
Old Topics in New Light:
Measuring Electrochemical Potentials
Fuel Value of Information
Non-Equilibrium Green's Functions (NEGF)
Can Two Offer Less Resistance than One?
Quantum of Conductance
Rotating an Electron
Does NEGF Include “Everything”?
The Quantum and the Classical
Readership: Students and professionals in any branch of science or engineering.
Based on a physically insightful approach that not only conveys the key concepts of nanoelectronics, but also their relevance to other non-equilibrium problems of broad interest
The lectures are complemented by an extensive set of online resources developed over many years
The author received the 2008 IEEE Technical Field Award for graduate teaching “for his unique approach to quantum transport that has inspired and educated graduate students in the field of nanoscale electronic devices”