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NanoTCAD ViDES

By Gianluca Fiori1, Giuseppe Iannaccone2

1. University of Pisa 2. Universita' di Pisa

3D Poisson/NEGF solver for the simulation of Graphene Nanoribbon, Carbon nanotubes and Silicon Nanowire Transistors.

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Version 1.22 - published on 16 Sep 2014

doi:10.4231/D3P26Q456 cite this

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Usage

World usage

Location of all "NanoTCAD ViDES" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

982

15 30 37 51 62 77 89 94 114 126 131 145 160 178 189 207 222 241 254 264 280 295 309 323 340 360 375 392 406 416 421 439 456 464 475 489 500 509 519 529 548 565 581 598 613 627 636 643 657 681 695 714 731 746 759 768 784 795 810 823 842 849 855 872 886 913 923 943 953 961 973 982

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 763 (77.54%)
Unidentified 137 (13.92%)
National Lab 34 (3.46%)
Industry 27 (2.74%)
Government Agency 11 (1.12%)
Educational - Pre-College 6 (0.61%)
Unemployed 6 (0.61%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 219 (36.74%)
in INDIA 164 (27.52%)
cn CHINA 57 (9.56%)
bd BANGLADESH 32 (5.37%)
de GERMANY 25 (4.19%)
tw TAIWAN 21 (3.52%)
it ITALY 21 (3.52%)
ir IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF 20 (3.36%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 19 (3.19%)
gb UNITED KINGDOM 18 (3.02%)

Simulation Runs

8,603

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Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 8.28 hours 1485.38 days
CPU time 1.02 hours 183.73 days
Interaction Time 3.56 hours 639.04 days

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