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come critical. This book emphasizes the frontiers of innovation in the characterization and metrology needed to advance nanoelectronics. It comprises applications in nanoelectronic materials and devices, research and development, and manufacturing and diagnostics. Novel characterization methods for beyond CMOS and extreme CMOS devices are addressed, as well as electrical measurements, interconnects, patterning, micro- scopy, and modeling. The Editors believe that this book of collected papers from world-class leaders provides a basis and effective portrayal of the industry’s characterization and metrology needs and how they are being addressed by industry, academia, and government to continue the dramatic progress in semiconductors into the nanoelectronic regime. It also provides a foundation for stimulating further advances in metrology and new ideas for research and development.

Theory of Nonequilibrium Superconductivity

Nikolai Kopnin, Helsinki University of Technology, and L.D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Moscow

Series: International Series of Monographs on Physics, 110 ISBN13: 9780199566426 OUP, June 2009, Paperback, Pages: 344, Price: $65.00

This text is on the modern theory of superconductivity, It deals with the be- havior of superconductors in external fields varying in time, and with trans- port phenomena in superconductors. The book starts with the fundamentals of the first-principle, microscopy theory of superconductivity, and guides the reader through the modern theoretical analysis directly to applications of the theory to practical problems.

The reader of this book will learn about the methods of quantum field theory applied to nonstationary su- perconductivity in their most advanced formulation, namely about the so-called semi-classical version of the real-time Green‘s function technique applied to the celebrated Barbeen, Cooper, and Schrieffer model of su- perconductivity. A considerable part of the book is devoted to vortex dynamics, dealing with the behavior of superconductors in the most practical situation when they carry electric currents in the presence of a magnetic field.

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