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Title: Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.22, No.3 (Spring 1988): Nanofabrication: Where Smaller is Better
Authors: Wolf, Edward D.
Tiberio, Richard C.
Phillips, James R.
Mayer, James W.
Ast, Dieter G.
Shealy, J. Richard
Tasker, Paul J.
Eastman, Lester F.
Hoch, Harvey C.
Staples, Richard C.
Keywords: Engineering
Cornell University
Nanofabrication
Poly-Si-Based Thin-Film Transistors
Semiconductor Laser
Semiconductor Transistors
Fungus
Microfabrication
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: IN THIS ISSUE: Ten Years Old and Going Strong: A Commemoration of a Decade of Research at Cornells National Nanofabrication Facility /2 Edward D. Wolf ... Fabricating Transistors in the Nanometer Domain /8 Richard C. Tiberio and Edward D. Wolf ... Links to the Outside World in Submicron-Sized Silicon Devices /11 James R. Phillips and James W. Mayer ... A New Flat Panel Display: Poly-Si-Based Thin-Film Transistors for Large-Area Electronics /15 Dieter G. Ast ... A Red Semiconductor Laser: An Efficient Microscopic Source of Visible Light /21 J. Richard Shealy ... Speeding Up the Electrons in Semiconductor Transistors /24 Paul J. Tasker and Lester F. Eastman ... How a Fungus Recognizes Surface Topography: A Problem Solved through Microfabrication /30 Harvey C. Hoch and Richard C. Staples ... Vantage /35 ... Faculty Publications /39
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2439
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