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Self-Heating Effects in Nano-Scale Devices. What do we know so far ...

By Dragica Vasileska1, Stephen M. Goodnick1

1. Arizona State University

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This presentation contains the research findings related to self-heating effects in nano-scale devices in silicon on insulator devices obtained at Arizona State University. Different device technologies and different device geometries are being examined. Details of the theoretical model used in this study are also outlined.

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  • K. Raleva, D. Vasileska, S. M. Goodnick and M. Nedjalkov, "Modeling Thermal Effects in Nanodevices", IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol. 55, issue 6, pp. 1306-1316, June 2008.

    K. Raleva, D. Vasileska, S. M. Goodnick, "Is SOD Technology the Solution to Heating Problems in SOI Devices?", Electron Device Letters, IEEE, Volume 29, Issue 6, June 2008 Page(s):621 - 624.

    K. Raleva, D. Vasileska, S. M. Goodnick and T. Dzekov, "Modeling thermal effects in nano-devices", Journal of Computational Electronics, DOI 10.1007/s10825-008-0189-3 - Springer Science+Business Media LLC 2008, J. Computational Electronics, Vol. 7, pp. 226-230 (2008).

  • Dragica Vasileska; Stephen M. Goodnick (2009), "Self-Heating Effects in Nano-Scale Devices. What do we know so far ...,"

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