Quantum Dots: Fundamentals, Applications, and Frontiers [EBook] : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Quantum Dots: Fundamentals, Applications and Frontiers, Crete, Greece 20  24 July 2003 / edited by Bruce A. Joyce, Pantelis C. Kelires, Anton G. Naumovets, Dimitri Vvedensky.
Quantum Dots: Fundamentals, Applications, and Frontiers [EBook] : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Quantum Dots: Fundamentals, Applications and Frontiers, Crete, Greece 20  24 July 2003 / edited by Bruce A. Joyce, Pantelis C. Kelires, Anton G. Naumovets, Dimitri Vvedensky.
Personal Name(s):  Joyce, Bruce A., (editor) 

Kelires, Pantelis C., (editor) / Naumovets, Anton G., (editor) / Vvedensky, Dimitri, (editor)  
Edition: 
1st edition 2005. 
Imprint: 
Dordrecht :
Springer,
2005

Physical Description: 
XVI, 396 pages (online resource) 
Note: 
englisch 
ISBN: 
9781402033155 
DOI: 
10.1007/140203315X 
Series Title: 
NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry ;
190 
Subject (LOC):  
Full Text 
Table of Contents:
 Atomistic Processes during Quantum Dot Formation
 Quantum Dots in the InAs/GaAs System
 FirstPrinciples Study of InAs/GaAs(001) Heteroepitaxy
 Formation of TwoDimensional Si/Ge Nanostructures Observed by STM
 Diffusion, Nucleation and Growth on Metal Surfaces
 The StranskiKrastanov Transition
 The Mechanism of the StranskiKrastanov Transition
 OffLattice KMC Simulations of StranskiKrastanovLike Growth
 Temperature Regimes of StrainInduced InAs Quantum Dot Formation
 Kinetic Modelling of Strained Films: Effects of Wetting and Facetting
 Ge/Si Nanostructures with Quantum Dots Grown by IonBeamAssisted Heteroepitaxy
 SelfAssembly of Quantum Dot Arrays
 Lateral Organization of Quantum Dots on a Patterned Substrate
 Some Thermodynamic Aspects of SelfAssembly of Quantum Dot Arrays
 The Search for Materials with SelfAssembling Properties: The Case of SiBased Nanostructures
 Structure and Composition of Quantum Dots
 XRay Scattering Methods for the Study of Epitaxial SelfAssembled Quantum Dots
 CarbonInduced Ge Dots On Si(100): Interplay of Strain and Chemical Effects
 Growth Information Carried by Reflection HighEnergy Electron Diffraction
 Electrons and Holes in Quantum Dots
 Efficient Calculation of Electron States in SelfAssembled Quantum Dots: Application to Auger Relaxation
 Quantum Dot Molecules and Chains
 Collective Properties of Electrons and Holes in Coupled Quantum Dots
 Phase Transitions in Wigner Molecules
 Fast Control of Quantum States in Quantum Dots: Limits due to Decoherence
 Optical Properties of Quantum Dots
 Real SpaceAb Initio Calculations of Excitation Energies in Small Silicon Quantum Dots
 GeSi/Si(001) Structures with SelfAssembled Islands: Growth and Optical Properties
 Quantum Dots in High Electric Fields: Field and Photofield Emission from Ge Nanoclusters on Si(100)
 Optical Emission Behavior of Si Quantum Dots
 StrainDriven Phenomena upon Overgrowth of Quantum Dots: Activated Spinodal Decomposition and Defect Reduction.