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  1. Springer Handbook of Electronic and Photonic Materials by Safa Kasap, 2006-10-19
  2. Understanding Solid State Physics by Sharon Ann Holgate, 2009-12-16
  3. Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics, Volume 89
  4. Elementary Electronic Structure (Revised Edition) by Walter A. Harrison, 2004-03
  5. Nanostructure Physics and Fabrication: Proceedings of the International Symposium, College Station, Texas, March 13*b115, 1989.
  6. The Fields of Electronics: Understanding Electronics Using Basic Physics by Ralph Morrison, 2002-03-15
  7. Modern Physics for Engineers by Jasprit Singh, 1999-02-26
  8. Group Theory: Application to the Physics of Condensed Matter by Mildred S. Dresselhaus, Gene Dresselhaus, et all 2010-11-30
  9. Fundamentals of Gaseous Ionization and Plasma Electronics (Wiley series in plasma physics) by E. Nasser, 1971-04-07
  10. Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics: Electron Probe Micro-analysis Suppt. 6 (Advances in electronics and electron physics. Supplement)
  11. Nano-Physics & Bio-Electronics: A New Odyssey by T. Chakraborty, F. Peeters, et all 2002-04-30
  12. International Dictionary of Physics and Electronics
  13. Physics of Negative Refraction and Negative Index Materials: Optical and Electronic Aspects and Diversified Approaches (Springer Series in Materials Science)
  14. Electronic Excitations at Metal Surfaces (Physics of Solids and Liquids) by Ansgar Liebsch, 2010-11-02

21. Home
Maths, physics and electronics Department.
Department of Mathematics and Technology Home Page Science and Technology Home Page

Entry Requirements

Recent Publications

Research Bursaries/Links


APU Home
Welcome to the Department of
Mathematics and Technology at APU
All courses at the Department are also offered on a part-time basis .) With regard to research and our research degrees , please click the relevant links on the main menu. Departmental Research Training Seminars NEW Student Advisor Electronics combines the principles and practice of electronics with the measurement needs of the scientist. It can be studied as a single honours combined honours , as an HND or an HNC. Internet Technology pathways have been designed to prepare you for a career in Internet related fields by equipping you with the necessary skills that are required to secure employment within the industry. Internet Technology can be studied in a single honours or combined honours basis.

22. The Technical Services Unit
Quite a bit of theory, practical advice, math and diagrams, from bacic electronics theory to very advanced physics.
The Technical Services Unit
Providing technical support for hardware used within SEPS by Teaching and Research groups.
TSU home page contents -
  • The TSU Advice Pages (construction techniques, useful data) Calendar (UoS access only) Contacting the TSU Electrical Safety Staff in the TSU What does the TSU do? Printed Circuit Boards ( SEPS access only) Examples of our work Where is the TSU? What's
    • (2001 April) Decibels demystified. (2001 March 2nd.) Power loss in wound components. (1997 May 25th.) Mouse connectors
    School of Electronics Computing and Mathematics home
    Staff in the TSU
    • David I. Dryden (board fabrication, equipment inventory) David J. Fishlock (Head of TSU) Charles W. Murray (electrical safety, Mon-Wed) Eric A. Worpe (physics)
    TSU home page index
    What does the TSU do?
    It provides technical support for both teaching and research groups within the School of Electronics and Physical Sciences . This includes -
    • Assesment of safety issues, particularly electrical safety testing. Repairs maintenance and calibration of electronic systems and equipment. Verification of incoming new equipment for safe transit and operation.

electronics/physics. electronics. Research interests in electronics at ARLERO A. Atomic and Molecular physics ARL-ERO has interests in the electronic
ELECTRONICS Research interests in electronics at ARL-ERO are in the areas of: Solid State Devices; Quantum Electronics; Optoelectronics; Mobile, Wireless Communications; Image Analysis and Information Science; Signal Processing and Circuits; Low Power Electronics; Electromagnetics and Millimeter Wave Circuit Integration. This research has application to a wide variety of systems and contributes to the solution of technology-related problems in communications, command and control, surveillance, target acquisition and night observation. These research areas are described below. A. Solid State Devices: This research area is focused on electronic, magnetic, and optical properties of materials and structures for electronics-based microdevices. Research needs include: (1) carrier transport properties and non-equilibrium phenomena; (2) electrical characterization of ultrasmall structures; (3) electronic properties of nano-dimensional structures; (4) novel device structures, with emphasis on mesoscopic devices; and (5) the coupling of ultraviolet, visible and infrared radiation to novel direct bandgap semiconductor structures. B. Quantum Electronics: This research area includes: (1) ultrafast switching devices with high bandwidths for signal and data processing; (2) monolithic ultrasubmicron device components for networks capable of application-specific signal processing; and (3) terahertz emitters, detectors, and electronic devices. Other research interests are submicron device modeling and fabrication for enhanced functionalities.

24. Probe Stations - Probe Station - Probestations - Vertical Field, Table Top Probe
A manufacturer of cryogenic systems for use in device testing and physics, electronics, and materials research.
Desert Cryogenics, a Division of Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc. is a leading supplier of both cryogenic and superconducting magnet-based probe stations. Our probe stations can be used for DC, RF, microwave, and magneto-transport measurements on devices and wafers. Features include temperatures from 1.5 K to 475 K, 1 T vertical or horizontal field superconducting magnets, up to 6 ultra-stable micro manipulated stages, and up to 4 inch wafer probe capabilities. A wide selection of probes, cables, sample holders, and options make it possible to configure a system to meet your specific measurement applications. SIGN UP HERE to receive our newsletter

25. Magnetism & Spin Electronics - Physics - Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin Website for the Magnetism Spin electronics researchgroup, physics Department, Trinity College Dublin.
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Magnetism is a 2000 year-old science which is undergoing a renaissance. It underpins dramatic advances in information technology and electromagnetic engineering. Magnetism also provides systems for fundamental studies of phase transitions, random disorder and physics in low dimensions. There are fascinating and ill-explained effects of magnetic fields in chemistry and biology. Founded in 1980 by J. M. D. Coey , we are the most active magnetism research group in Ireland. The first M.Sc. graduated in 1982 and the first Ph.D. in 1984. Since then, the Magnetism and Spin Electronics Group has produced 38 M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses and provided training for many undergraduate students from Ireland, France, and Germany. The group has also hosted 25 postdoctoral fellows and visiting professors from all over the world and numerous short-term visitors.
Latest News from the group (click here)
The group currently includes 18 staff members, postdocs and graduate students as well as visitors, project and summer students. Our research activities include:

26. Introspek Scientific
Research and development specialising in wireless telecommunications systems, analog and digital electronics and engineering physics.
Home About us Areas of Expertise SERVICES PRODUCTS UHF Transceivers for Data Networks in 300MHz to 1GHz, and 2.4 GHz bands PC-controlled DC-40MHz signal-generator with programmable frequency and Pout: -10dBm to -110dBm ... with Data-logging capability
RF, Analog and digital electronics, wireless telecommunications systems,
and engineering physics. We will deliver solutions of your problems
from the very conception stage to the working system. INTROSPEK SCIENTIFIC is committed to timely meet your design
reliability, expediency, and quality goals. Given a specific customer's need,
Our extensive design expertise in the applications of physical methods enables
the development of specific solutions, which are feasible and cost effective.
As a result we are able to offer everything from individual devices to complete system.
We also offer some products, which can be customized to meet your needs.
For such projects we can sell the design to the customer. OEM partnerships allow us to offer one-stop solutions for your specific applications needs.

27. Dr. Mazhar Ali Bari - Magnetism And Spin Electronics - Physics - Trinity College
Trinity College Dublin Website for the Magnetism Spin electronics researchgroup, physics Department, Trinity College Dublin. Profile Dr. Mazhar Bari,
Dr. Mazhar Ali Bari Home

The Group

Position: CINSE Programme Manager Education/Degrees:
B.Sc. (HONS) in Experimental Physics, University College Dublin, 1991.
M.Phil. in Microelectronic Engineering and Semiconductor Physics, University of Cambridge, Cavendish Lab, 1992.
Ph.D. in the Fabrication of High Temperature Superconducting Trilayer Devices, IRC in Superconductivity, University of Cambridge, 1996.
Completing IEMBA ( International Executive MBA Position prior to joining TCD: Research Fellow at The Physics Department, University of Birmingham, investigating spin injection effects in CMR/HTSC structures 1996-1998. Honours/Awards:
  • Gold medal presented by An Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern in recognition of personal achievements and contributions to the local community, August 2002. Member of the Institute of Physics (CPhys MInstP), 1997.

28. Phillips, Ormonde & Fitzpatrick - Electronics, Physics And IT
Biotechnology, electronics, physics IT, Chemistry, Engineering, Materials Chem. electronics, physics and IT. Over the past several decades,
Overview PDF Brochure Our Professionals Vision Statement Key IP Services International Influence Intellectual Property in Aus. Sharing Our Knowledge Firm History Privacy Statement Overview Biotechnology Chemistry Engineering Overview Professionals Overview Evaluation request Purchase documents Design Plant Breeder Rights Professionals Overview Litigation Licensing Professionals Overview Commercial Services Investigation services Professionals PDF Brochures Current News Seminars Newsletter IP resources Staff Directory Office Locations Employment Electronics, Physics and IT: The twelve member team consists of technically qualified individuals with a wealth of industry experience who can provide a full range of intellectual property services including patent drafting and prosecution services, opposition and litigation services, advice on infringement and validity, strategic patent advice, as well as identification and audits of intellectual property. The team is constantly updating its knowledge to ensure that it is up to the pace of fast moving technologies and is striving to apply that knowledge in new and unique ways to provide you with the highest level of service. With many years of intellectual property and practical experience and a proven track record, the team is well equipped to understand you and your intellectual property needs and to work with you to secure your goals. The team has practitioners in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide and is in regular contact to share knowledge and experience. Where your intellectual property converges with other technologies, the team is well placed to draw upon the knowledge and experience of other highly skilled practice groups in the firm, with specialisations including chemistry, materials and chemical engineering, civil and mechanical engineering, biotechnology and metallurgy.

29. Inspec
Online database containing indexed abstracts for the published literature in physics, electrical engineering, electronics, communications, control engineering, computers and computing, and information technology. Also, offers CDrom version.
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30. Electronics (Physics Study Guide) - Wikibooks
electronics (physics Study Guide) electronics is the flow of current throughsemiconductor devices like silicon and germanium.
Electronics (Physics Study Guide)
From Wikibooks
Physics Study Guide Linear Motion Force Momentum ... edit
I Q T Current is the rate of flow of charge. I = Current [amperes - A]
Q = Charge [coulombs - C]
T = Time [seconds - s]
V IR Voltage is equal to current multiplied by resistance
Power is equal to the product of voltage and current Electronics is the flow of current through semiconductor devices like silicon and germanium. Semiconductor devices are those which behave like conductors at higher temperature. Transistor, diode, SCR are some electronic devices. Retrieved from " Views Personal tools Navigation Search Toolbox

31. The Great Web Of Science
Providing links for science, astronomy, biology, chemistry, electronics, medicine, meteorology, oceanography,physics and space.
The Great Web of Science
A resource to sites about the sciences and books about science and technology.
Chemistry Electronics Meteorology ...
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Last updated on 06/02/03

32. FHSST Physics Electronics:Electronics - Wikibooks
FHSST physics electronicselectronics electronics capacitive and inductivecircuits - filters and signal tuning - active circuit elements, diode,
FHSST Physics Electronics:Electronics
From Wikibooks
The Free High School Science Texts: A Textbook for High School Students Studying Physics. Main Page Electronics Electronics capacitive and inductive circuits filters and signal tuning active circuit elements, diode, LED and field effect transistor, operational amplifier principles of digital electronics - logical gates ... edit
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33. [physics/0504142] ATLAS Pixel Opto-Electronics
ATLAS Pixel Optoelectronics. Authors KE Arms (1), P. Buchholz (2), KK Gan (1), Subj-class Instrumentation and Detectors; Accelerator physics
Physics, abstract
From: Amir Rahimi [ view email ] Date ( ): Wed, 20 Apr 2005 20:00:57 GMT (777kb) Date (revised v2): Wed, 3 Aug 2005 21:31:08 GMT (699kb)
ATLAS Pixel Opto-Electronics
Authors: K.E. Arms P. Buchholz K.K. Gan M. Holder ... M.M. Zoeller (1) ((1)Department of Physics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; (2)Fachbereich Physik, Universitaet Siegen, Siegen, Germany)
Categories: physics.ins-det hep-ex physics.acc-ph
Comments: 17 pages, 23 figures, submitted to NIM Added references. Added figure 15. Moved sec. IV to sec. II
Subj-class: Instrumentation and Detectors; Accelerator Physics
We have developed two radiation-hard ASICs for optical data transmission in the ATLAS pixel detector at the LHC at CERN: a driver chip for a Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) diode for 80 Mbit/s data transmission from the detector, and a Bi-Phase Mark decoder chip to recover the control data and 40 MHz clock received optically by a PIN diode. We have successfully implemented both ASICs in 0.25 micron CMOS technology using enclosed layout transistors and guard rings for increased radiation hardness. We present results of the performance of these chips, including irradiation with 24 GeV protons up to 61 Mrad (2.3 x 10e15 p/cm^2).
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References and citations for this submission:
(autonomous citation navigation and analysis) Which authors of this paper are endorsers?

34. IRPhE Home Page
An arm of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences. Introduces the following divisions and laboratories radio astronomy, microwave systems, theoretical physics, solid state physics, millimeterwave devices, electronic automation and semiconductor electronics.
ARMENIAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Internet access is sponsored by
the NATO Science Programme
Grant no.960880

35. Electronics, Physics
electronics, physics Home Contents Search Customer Information Our History Rare Books and Prints Souvenirs Back Up Dictionaries/Electronics, Electricity,
Home Up French Books Language Courses ... Next Please contact us for price changes which fluctuate in accordance with foreign exchange rates French accents cannot be read by some search engines and therefore have been omitted from this web site. since 1935 Librairie de France Librairie Francaise - Michelin Travel - Dictionary Store - Spanish bookstore Rockefeller Center Promenade 610 Fifth Avenue New York, New York 10020 USA Tel: 212.581.8810 Fax: 212.265.1094 Email: Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am to 6pm Worldwide Ordering Information A Family-Owned Business Serving the International Community at Rockefeller Center since 1935 W ebmaster: DM -

36. LoganBot - Bot Building Tips
Based in Lenox, Massachusetts, United States. Membership is open to Lenox high school students. The club provides real world experience in electronics, science, and physics principles through the construction of robots.
Bot Building Tips Home Design Innovations Pictures Tips ... Robot Resources This site featured the building of a battle robot named Logan. Due to funding problems and the fact that Battlebots is no longer taking place, the bot was never quite finished.
Construction began in May of 2001. Logan would have been a super-heavyweight combat robot (325 to 350 pounds) and was to feature many novel design innovations.
The hope was to enter Logan into his first robotics competition with Xtreme Fighting Machines, a tournament hosted in New England, but that event never took place. Then Logan hoped to make his national debut on Comedy Central's BattleBots.
Rather than take the site down, we have made a few modifications and left up photos of our design and bot construction, as well as our tips for building a battle robot.
Shows such as Robot Wars , general interest in robot building and school science fair projects continue to keep the fun alive.
Last Picture:
Final Weight:
December 12, 2001
275 Pounds
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37. JSAP - Japan Society Of Applied Physics
Discusses, holds meetings, and publishes journal on scientific fields such as physics, electronics, mechanics, metallurgy, chemistry, and various interdisciplinary areas.
Welcome to JSAP webpage
Updated on Apr. 6, 2005
What is JSAP?
Members / Organization Chapter / Division / Group New How to contact JSAP
Annual Meeting
International Meeting Education / Public Service ...
Meeting Schedule
(Japanese) Award / Grant (Japanese) Employment / Carrier (Japanese)
Membership Journal
Journal Digest, Text etc. (Japanese) Other Publications (Japanese)
Summary of Nationwide Survey

of Work Environment of Physicists in Japan Online edition becomes primary publication of JJAP Part 2 Latest News (Japanese)
President's Message
Membership (under preparation) Contact JSAP or higher, or Microsoft Explorer 3.0 or higer If you would like to contact the JSAP Webmaster, email to

38. JHU/APL Office Of Technology Transfer
JHU/APL OTT offers business industry cuttingedge inventions in Biomedical, Sensor, electronics, Modeling Simulation, Information Processing, Materials Structures, Space Environmental physics, Communication, System Analysis and Vehicle technologies.
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39. AILab, University Of Zurich
Works on biologically inspired robotics, particularly the principle of embodied intelligence. The lab is transdisciplinary and includes researchers in the fields of computer science, mathematics, physics, biology, ethology, neurobiology, psychology, mechanical and electronics.
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Department of Information Technology

Director: Prof. Dr. Rolf Pfeifer
Department of Information Technology
University of Zurich
Andreasstrasse 15 (map)
CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 1 635 43 20/53

RESEARCH Research Program Projects Robots PUBLICATIONS ... AI Lectures from Tokyo MEDIA COVERAGE Newspapers Magazines PARTNERS TEACHING Semester- and Diplomarbeiten SIROP Online Tutorials Classes ... AI Lectures from Tokyo MISC Spin-off companies Addresses Links AI Wiki ... UNDERSTANDING INTELLIGENCE Rolf Pfeifer and Christian Scheier, MIT Press, 1999. Hard cover Edition, 1999 Paperback Edition, 2001 Japanese Edition, Kyoritsu Shuppan, 2001 Excerpts ... from the book Last update: March 01, 2004 by rs

40. Home Page
This site offers a variety of electronics and physics animations and visual aides for teachers or students.
Science Ebooks
Free eBooks for the electronics, technical and science students. We call our publications eBooks. We* include both our online Webs (HTML documents), PDF documents or even our help documents has part of our eBook product line. To see our best online eBook Basic Electronics Click Here Now We* have produced a total of 9 online eBooks, 4 downloadable eBooks, and five talking eBooks. Our focus is on animating electronic and system troubleshooting not in duplicating conventional electronics and physics books. To support students in need of conventional tutorials we maintain a library of eBooks (actually links to other online science sites) I call my links libraries because they are designed and maintained to broaden your reading options. I do swap links. My site linker provides hundreds of links for the vocational, technical, and pre-calculus science students. I focus on sites with great graphics and animation. That is what the Internet is for. I still think Brick and Mortar libraries are the best source of free academic science books. Please feel free to buy some of the books advertised on our site also. We * appreciate the small commissions they generate. For a listing (site map) of all our free eBooks and libraries Click Here Now!

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