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This volume covers five emerging areas of advanced device technology: wide band gap devices, terahertz and millimeter waves, nanometer silicon and silicon-germanium devices, nanoelectronics and ballistic devices, and the characterization of advanced photonic and electronic devices. The papers by leading researchers in high speed and advanced electronic and photonic technology presented many "firsts" and breakthrough results, as has become a tradition with the Lester Eastman Conference, and will allow readers to obtain up-to-date information about emerging trends and future directions of these technologies. Key papers in each section present snap-shot and mini reviews of state-of-the-art and "hot off the press" results making the book required reading for engineers, scientists, and students working on advanced and high speed device technology.
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Michael S. Sherry is an American historian, and professor of history at Northwestern University.
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