Engineering Professor Publishes Handbook on Nanoscience

At five volumes and approximately, 2,500 pages, University of California, Riverside Electrical Engineering Professor Alexander Balandin’s handbook on nanotechnology is a big book about the tiniest of things.

The volumes were broken down into fundamental aspects of the field. The first volume deals with quantum dots, nanowires and nano-assemblies. The second volume covers nanofabrication and Nanoscale characterization, while volume three deals with spintronics and nanoelectronics. The fourth volume covers nanophotonics and optoelectronics. The final volume examines nanodevices and circuits.

Posted: Sep 14,2006 by Ron Mertens