Description - Physics of Semiconductors in High Magnetic Fields by Noboru Miura
This book describes the basic concepts of various physical phenomena in semiconductors and their modulated structures under high magnetic fields. The topics cover magneto-transport phenomena, cyclotron resonance, far-infrared spectroscopy, magneto-optical spectroscopy, diluted magnetic semiconductors in high magnetic fields, as well as the recent advances in the experimental techniques needed for high field experiments. Starting from the introductory part describing the basic theoretical background, each chapter introduces typical experimental data which were actually obtained in very high magnetic fields mostly in the pulsed field range up to several megagauss (20-100T). The book has both the character of a textbook and a monograph. For researchers and students with an interest in semiconductor physics or in high magnetic fields, it will serve as a useful guide.
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(242mm x 163mm x 23mm)
Oxford University Press
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Author Biography - Noboru Miura
1964 Graduated from the University of Tokyo 1971 Dr. Engineering (University of Tokyo) 1968 - 1971 Research Associates at the Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo 1971 - 1972 Research Assistant (Post Doc) at the Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford 1972 - 1987 Associate Professor at the Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo 1987 - 2003 Professor at the Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo Head of the Megagauss Laboratory of the Institute for Solid State Physics 2003 Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo 2003 -2005 Senior Fellow of the Center for Research and Development Strategy, Japan Science and Technology Agency 2005 Guest Professor at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW, Dresden, Germany)