Hot Carrier Luminescence and Femtosecond Spectroscopy: Field-induced Exciton Ionization Studied by Fourwave Mixing; M. Koch, et al. Temperature Dependence of Photoluminescence in InGaAsP/InP Strained MQW Heterostructures; O.Y. Raisky, et al. Bloch Oscillations and Fast Coherent Processes in Semiconductors: Strong Terahertz-photocurrent Resonances in Miniband Superlattices at the Bloch Frequency; K. Unterrainer, et al. Photon-assisted Electric Field Domains and Multiphoton-assisted Tunneling in Antenna Coupled Semiconductor Superlattices; B.J. Keay, et al. Hot Carriers in Nanostructures and Low Dimensional Systems: Hot Electron Effects in Phonon-assisted Landauer Resistance; V.L. Gurevich. Phonon Generation in Nanowires and Nonohmic Phonon-assisted Landauer Resistance; V.B. Pevzner, et al. High Field Transport and Impact Ionization: Impact Ionization in Submicron and Sub0.1 Micron SiMOSFET's; N. Sano, et al. Universal Relation between Avalanche Breakdown Voltage and Bandstructure in WideGap Semiconductors; J. Allam, J.P.R. David. Hot Electrons in Devices: Monte Carlo Simulation of High-energy Electron Transport in Silicon: Is There a Shortcut to Happiness? M.V. Fischetti, et al. 137 additional articles. Index.
This volume contains invited and contributed papers of the Ninth International Conference on Hot Carriers in Semiconductors (HCIS-9), held July 3 I-August 4, 1995 in Chicago, Illinois. In all, the conference featured 15 invited oral presentations, 60 contributed oral presentations, and 105 poster presentations, and an international contingent of 170 scientists. As in recent conferences, the main themes of the conference were related to nonlinear transport in semiconductor heterojunctions and included Bloch oscillations, laser diode structures, and femtosecond spectroscopy. Interesting questions related to nonlinear transport, size quantization, and intersubband scattering were addressed that are relevant to the new quantum cascade laser. Many lectures were geared toward quantum wires and dots and toward nanostructures and mesoscopic systems in general. It is expected that such research will open new horizons to nonlinear transport studies. An attempt was made by the program committee to increase the number of presen tations related directly to devices. The richness of nonlocal hot electron effects that were discussed as a result, in our opinion, suggests that future conferences should further encourage reports on such device research. On behalf of the Program and International Advisory Committees, we thank the participants, who made the conference a successful and pleasant experience, and the support of the Army Research Office, the Office of Naval Research, and the Beckman Institute of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. We are also indebted to Mrs. Sara Starkey and Mrs.
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