High Temperature Electronics (Electronic Packaging Series), ed. F. P. McCluskey, R. Grzybowski and T. Podlesak, CRC Press, 1997, ISBN: 0849396239.
Publisher's Web page.
High Temperature Electronics, ed. M. Willander and H. L. Hartnagel, London: Chapman & Hall, 1996/1997*, ISBN: 0412625105.
High Temperature Electronics, ed. K. Fricke and V. Krozer, Elsevier Science, 1995, ISBN: 0444821740.
Materials for High-Temperature Semiconductor Devices, Committee on Materials for High-Temperature Semiconductor Devices/National Materials Advisory Board - Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, NMAB-474, National Academy Press, 1995, ISBN: 0309053358 (paperback),
Also see Progress in SOI Structures and Devices Operating at Extreme Conditions under LTE below.
Books/reports - LTE
Low-Temperature Electronics, ed. R. K. Kirschman, IEEE Press, 1986, ISBN: 0-87942-206-8. (Out of print, but available from used book sellers.)
Low Temperature Electronics: Physics, Devices, Circuits and Applications, eds. E. A. Gutierrez-D, J. Deen and C. Claeys, Academic Press, 2000/2001*, ISBN: 0123106753.
Device and Circuit Cryogenic Operation for Low Temperature Electronics, eds. F. Balestra and G. Ghibaudo, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, ISBN 0-7923-7377-4. Web page.
Cryogenic Operation of Silicon Power Devices, R. Singh and B. J. Baliga, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998, ISBN: 0-7923-8157-2.
Progress in SOI Structures and Devices Operating at Extreme Conditions (Proc. NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Kyiv, Ukraine, 15-20 October 2000), eds. F. Balestra, A. N. Nazarov and V. S. Lysenko,
NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry 58, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, ISBN: 1-4020-0575-X (hardbound) or 1-4020-0576-8 (paperback). Includes low- and high-temperature operation of devices and circuits.
Articles/papers - HTE
R. K. Kirschman, Packaging & assembly for high-temperature electronics
Part I - Devices and materials, MEPTEC Report, v. 22, n. 4, pp. 19-22, Winter 2018
Part II - Materials behavior - thermomechanical & thermal, MEPTEC Report, v. 23, n. 1, pp. 22-24, Spring 2019
Part III - Materials behavior - electrical, MEPTEC Report, v. 23, n. 2, pp. 20-22, Summer 2019
Part IV - Materials behavior - mechanical, MEPTEC Report, v. 23, n. 3, pp. 1922, Fall 2019
Part V - Reliability & testing, MEPTEC Report, v. 23, n. 4, pp. 20-23, Winter 2019
EEE Links for August 2002, vol. 8, no. 2. A NASA publication, this issue focuses on extreme-environment electronics.
"Interface electronics for smart sensors in low-temperature and high-temperature environments" by Randall Kirschman, from Sensors Expo, May 2000.
Articles/papers - LTE
"Low temperature electronic cooling" by Roger Schmidt, Electronics Cooling, September 2000.
"The challenge of operating computers at ultra-low temperatures" by Michael J. Ellsworth, Jr., Electronics Cooling, August 2001.
Also see EEE Links for August 2002 under HTE above.
Also see "Interface electronics for smart sensors in low-temperature and high-temperature environments" under HTE above.
Organizations - HTE
The status of the European High Temperature Electronics Network (HITEN) is uncertain. Please check later for information about HITEN.
Organizations - LTE
Cryogenic Society of America - The Cryogenic Society of America is a not-for-profit technical society and trade association serving all those interested in any phase of cryogenics - the science and technology of very low temperatures.
The Society has almost 500 individual members and almost 100 corporate sustaining members, from around the world. Members receive the quarterly magazine,
Cold Facts, which also appears on the Website. Members come from all areas of cryogenics: industrial and sales companies, universities, national labs, R&D organizations, and others.
Visit the Website at www.cryogenicsociety.org.
Membership details and forms are available there for download. The Society also publishes a Corporate Directory which lists corporate sustaining members by category of products or services.
The Space Cryogenics Workshop is a Division of CSA. CSA puts on various Short Courses on topics such as the cryogenic properties of materials, superconductivity, and helium cryogenics.
Cryogenic Society of Europe - Founded 22 April 2015, its objectives are to strengthen the
European position of cryogenic technologies;
to represent European activities in cryogenic technologies in social, scientific, industrial and political forums;
to promote communication and information exchange in the area of cryogenic technologies;
to foster the training of young researchers in the area of cryogenic technologies;
to bring together those active in cryogenic technologies and potential user communities
so as to stimulate applications of these technologies. The Association is not profit-oriented.
Visit the Website at www.cryoeurope.org.