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    Mathieu Luisier received the degree of Dipl.-Ing. (with honors) in electrical engineering in 2003 and the doctoral degree in 2007 from the ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His PhD thesis was about atomistic and full-band simulation of nanowire transitors. This work gave birth to a parallel nanowire device simulator called GreenSolver, renamed OMEN today and available on the nanohub. In February 2008 he joined the Network for Computational Nanotechnology, Purdue University, USA as a research assistant professor. His current research interests are focused on quantum transport in nanoscale devices, like multi-gate and tunneling FETs, on parallel numerical algorithms for large computer applications, and on the development of next generation computer aided design (CAD) tools.


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