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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

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Solid State Electronics

an international journal


Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; Chemical Abstracts; Current Contents/Engineering, Computing & Technology; Current Contents/Physics, Chemical, & Earth Sciences; Current Contents/SciSearch Database; Current Contents/Science Citation Index; Current Technology Index; Engineering Index; INSPEC; Materials Science Citation Index; PASCAL/CNRS; Research Alert; SSSA/CISA/ECA/ISMEC; Scopus

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It is the function of this journal to bring together in one publication outstanding papers reporting original work in the following areas: (1) applications of solid-state physics and technology to electronics, including theory and design, measurement techniques, preparation of semiconductor devices, and also materials growth, measurement and evaluation; (2) the physics and modeling of submicron and nanoscale microelectronic devices, including methods of processing, measurement, and evaluation; and (3) applications of numerical methods to the modeling and simulation of solid-state devices and processes. However, given the wide availability of industrial simulators (Atlas, MEDICI etc), device simulation papers should be coupled with experiment or novel analytical approaches.

Also of interest are the design and performance of power semiconductor devices, the physics and applications of compound semiconductors, and thermoelectric, ferroelectric and galvanomagnetic devices. Of equal interest are solid-state optical devices, including photoconductors and photodetectors, solar cells, electroluminescent devices, light emitters and lasers, and optoelectronic devices for the storage, transfer, and processing of information.

Papers covering novel topics extending the frontiers of solid-state technology are of course encouraged. Review papers covering important topics in the above areas will be presented at regular intervals. Papers will be published in the format of regular research papers, review papers and letters.

It is expected that, because of its international scope and because it emphasizes the association of theory and practice, the journal will advance further understanding of the relationship between solid-state physics and semiconductor device engineering.

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