Rapid pace of electronic technology evolution and current economic climate compel a merger of such technical areas as low-power digital electronics, microwave power circuits, optoelectronics, etc., which collectively have become the foundation of today's electronic technology.
This Workshop aims at encouraging active cross-fertilization of the different "species" in this electronic planet. The WOFE2015 had gather experts from academia, industry, and government agencies to review the recent exciting breakthroughs and their underlying physical mechanisms.
This Monographs includes ten invited articles; cover topics ranging from Ultra-thin silicon nanowire solar cells, to hydrogen generation under illumination of GaN-based structures and from ultrafast response of nanoscale device structures to Power device optimization.
Compact Model for Current Collapse in GaN-HEMT Power Switches (M Islam and G Simin)
Bulk Current Model for GaN-on-Si High Electron Mobility Transistors (M Islam and G Simin)
Subpicosecond Nonlinear Plasmonic Response Probed by Femtosecond Optical Pulses (M Shur, S Rudin, G Rupper, M Yamaguchi, X Shen and A Muraviev)
SOI Technologies from Microelectronics to Microsystems — Meeting the More than Moore Roadmap Requirements (J-P Raskin)
Towards High-Voltage MOSFETs in Ultrathin FDSOI (A Litty, S Ortolland, D Golanski, C Dutto, A Dartigues and S Cristoloveanu)
Advances in RRAM Technology: Identifying and Mitigating Roadblocks (D Veksler and G Bersuker)
Understanding the Formation of Conducting Filaments in RRAM Through the Design of Experiments (P Bousoulas and D Tsoukalas)
Photovoltaic Characteristics of Ultra-Thin Single Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells (R Miyazawa, H Wakabayashi, K Tsutsui, H Iwai and K Kakushima)
Photo-Electrochemical Etching in the Process of Direct H2 Generation by Illumination of GaN-Based Material Structures Immersed in Water (A Usikov, S Luryi, A Nikiforov, H Helava, Yu Makarov and M Gouzman)
Fundamental and Technological Limitations of Optical Communications (D K Mynbaev)
Readership: Scientists, engineers, research leaders, and even investors interested in microelectronics, nanoelectronics, and optoelectronics. It is also recommended to graduate students working in these fields.