SEMICONDUCTOR HETEROSTRUCTURES: HISTORY AND MODERN TRENDS

Nov 04, 2013 (Mon) | 5:00 PM -6:00 PM
LKSC 240 - 2nd floor : Stanford, CA

At this lecture, Prof. Alferov considers the history of semiconductor research from the beginning to the modern time. Special attention will be paid to modern trends: quantum dotís structures and general problems of the creation of defect-free structures based on III-V-nitrides for terrestrial applications; and photovoltaic solar energy conversion, and in particular III-V heterostructures solar cells, for the space technologies.

Department:  Structural Biology

Contact: M. Margaris | 3-9151 | manolia@stanford.edu

Presenter(s):

  • Dr. Zhores I. Alferov Professor, 2000 Nobel Laureate in Physics

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