Nanoelectronics Fundamentals: Materials, Devices and Systems
This book covers the state of the art in the theoretical framework, computational modeling, and the fabrication and characterization of nanoelectronics devices. It addresses material properties, device physics, circuit analysis, system design, and a range of applications. A discussion on the nanoscale fabrication, characterization and metrology is also included. The book offers a valuable resource for researchers, graduate students, and senior undergraduate students in engineering and natural sciences, who are interested in exploring nanoelectronics from materials, devices, systems, and applications perspectives.