Momčilo Pejović

Momcilo M. Pejovic received his BSc degree in Physics at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and his MSc and PhD degrees in Electronics at the University of Nis, Serbia, in 1968, 1977, and 1980, respectively. In 1968, he worked at Electronic Industry Nis, Serbia. Between 1973 and 2011, he has worked at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, as a professor of Physics and is now currently retired. He has authored and coauthored 15 books and more than 250 research papers, among which more than 115 papers have been published in international journals. His research interests include the reliability of field-effect transistors, application of MOSFET dosimeters, characterization of vacuum and gas-filled electrical devices and electrical discharge, and recombination processes in the afterglow periods in gases.

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In 1959, Atalla and Kahng at Bell Labs produced the first successful field-effect transistor (FET), which had been long anticipated by other researchers by overcoming the "surface states" that blocked electric fields from penetrating into the semiconductor material. Very quickly, they became the fundamental basis of digital electronic circuits. Up to this point, there are more than 20 different types of field-effect transistors that are incorporated in various applications found in everyday's life. Based on this fact, this book was designed to overview some of the concepts regarding FETs that are currently used as well as some concepts that are still being developed.

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