Current status and future prospects of compound semiconductor nanotechnology

2019-12-04 07:44:42

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责任者: Yokoyama, N.;Awano, Y.;Sugawara, M.;Nakata, Y.;Ohshima, T. 单位: Fujitsu Labs. Ltd., Atsugi, Japan 来源出处: Oyo Buturi(Oyo Buturi (Japan)),2002/08/,71(8):975-81 摘要: Bill Clinton, former president of the United States, announced the National Nanotechnology Initiative at the California Institute of Technology on January 21, 2000, which helped to launch todays nanotechnology boom. In Japan, the Council for Science and Technology Policy cabinet office, decided to shift research funds for 2001 and 2002 to four important areas, one of which is nanotechnology. Although there are some negative opinions regarding the nanotechnology boom, it may be better to took at it positively and to utilize it to overcome the economic slump in Japan. In this report, we will review the development of compound semiconductor technology made possible by using nanotechnology from the 1970s, and discuss future prospects of nanostructure devices, focusing on HEMTs and quantum dot devices - practical devices for use in the 21st century Internet era 关键词: high electron mobility transistors;nanotechnology;quantum well devices;reviews;semiconductor quantum dots;compound semiconductor nanotechnology;nanostructure devices;HEMTs;quantum dot devices;quantum effect transistors;quantum dot laser;quantum dot optical amplifier;quantum information technology;qubit;quantum computer;quantum communication