Introductory semiconductor device physics for chip design and manufacturing
This book discusses fundamental semiconductor physics of devices and on-chip interconnections for physicists and links these concepts to engineering applications and case studies of computer chips. The book is organized in three parts. The first part deals with the representation of information and computation. The second part covers semiconductor device physics within the context of computation. The third part reviews chip design and semiconductor fabrication. The book includes relevant equations, with the aim of closing the gap in the existing literature with actual case studies and engineering applications. Examples are provided in each chapter to illustrate physical and electrical concepts through the use of high-performance silicon technologies.
Lanzerotti, Mary, "Introductory semiconductor device physics for chip design and manufacturing" (2014). Faculty Bookshelf. 30.