Semiconductor Device Modeling with Spice

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 479 pages
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About the author (1998)

Giuseppe Massobrio is a research associate in the department of electronic engineering (DIBE) at the University of Genova. He has done research in the areas of semiconductor device modeling as well as circuit simulation and optimization. He is the author of several papers on semiconductor device models for CAD applications. He is currently researching the development of semiconductor-based biosensor models for biomedical technologies.

Paolo Antognetti is a professor and chairman of the department of electronic engineering (DIBE) at the University of Genova. His extensive background in semiconductor modeling includes teaching and research positions at Stanford University and MIT. He has contributed to more than fifty papers in the field of electronics and VSLI design and simulation. He has edited several books, including Power Integrated Circuits: Physics, Design, and Applications, also published by McGraw-Hill.

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