International Commission on Semiconductors
Commission internationale sur les semiconducteurs
1957, as a Commission (C 8) of International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). Also referred to as Commission on Semiconductors - IUPAP -- Commission sur les semiconducteurs - UIPPA. Currently serves as an internal commission.
Promote exchange of information and views among members of the international scientific community in the general field of Semiconductor Physics; promote free circulation of scientists, assist conference organizers in ensuring such free circulation and resolve potential infringements.Available with paid subscription only.
Areas covered include: electronic states; lattice dynamics and properties of matter in bulk at surfaces and interfaces and in systems or reduced dimensionality (in collaboration with other commissions as appropriate); defects, imperfections, impurities and amorphous semiconductors; application of semiconductor physics to technology. Organizes: international series of conferences and workshops; award of medals or other testimonials of excellence in the field.
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