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Donghyun Jin

Can I simulate band non-parabolicity effect in a 1D heterostructures or 2D structures with solving Poisson Schrodinger equation self-consistently?

Can I simulate band non-parabolicity effect in a 1D heterostructures or 2D structures with solving Poisson Schrodinger equation self-consistently?

I want to see the effect of effective mass changes in response to the strong quantum confinement following by very narrow channel thickness or high energy state.

Is this possible in some simulation tool provided by nanoHUB.org?

I am checking 1D heterostructures Lab, Shred and NanoMOS simulation tool but they seem to be able to solve Poisson Schrodinger equation self consistently in the assumption that effective mass is not varying.

Can I test this non-parabolicity effect in one of these tools? or is there any other tool for testing this?

Thanks in advance.

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