Moore's Law predicts that the degree of microprocessor integration of circuits would double every 18 months in DRAM. Although the scaling of microelectronic circuit elements still follows Moore's Law, the unit density of power consumption becomes unacceptable. Therefore, on one hand, people develop continuously the microelectronic technology. On the other, people consider the developing road after Moore's rule is broken. This book introduces theories and experiments of quantum transport and intends to provide foundations of semiconductor micro- and nano electronics for after the Moore age.

part |261 pages

Non-Classical, Non-Linear Transport

chapter 1|35 pages

Properties of Quantum Transport

chapter 2|36 pages

Non‐equilibrium Transport

chapter 3|40 pages

Resonant Tunneling

chapter 4|22 pages

Longitudinal Transport of Superlattices

chapter 5|32 pages

Mesoscopic Transport

chapter 6|39 pages

Transport in Quantum Dots

chapter 7|25 pages

Silicon Single-Electron Transistor

chapter 8|27 pages

Silicon Single‐Electron Memory

part |119 pages

Quantum Waveguide Theory in Mesoscopic Systems