Frensley, William R.
William Frensley is a Professor of Electrical Engineering. His research interests include:
- Electron transport in semiconductor devices, high-performance devices, quantum devices.
- Quantum transport theory, kinetic theories.
- Physics of semiconductor heterostructures, band lineup, size quantization, resonant tunneling, electron waveguides.
- Device simulation techniques, development of interactive modeling tools.
- Application of computer graphics and object-oriented software design.
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Electrical Design of InAs-Sb/GaSb Superlattices for Optical Detectors using Full Bandstructure Sp³s* Tight-Binding Method and Bloch Boundary Conditions InAs-Sb/GaSb type-II strain compensated superlattices (SLS) are currently being used in mid-wave and long-wave infrared photodetectors. The electronic bandstructure of InSb and GaSb shows very strong anisotropy and ...