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  1. Xyce: An Open Source SPICE Engine

    25 Mar 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Eric Keiter

    This presentation is an overview of Xyce, an open source, SPICE-compatible, high-performance analog circuit simulator, capable of solving extremely large circuit problems by supporting large-scale parallel computing platforms ( It also supports serial execution on all...

  2. A Quick Circuit Simulation Primer

    25 Mar 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Aadithya V Karthik

    Those who write compact models for use in circuit simulation need a basic understanding of what goes on inside a circuit simulator. This presentation is a short introduction for beginners. It briefly covers how circuit equations (so-called Differential Algebraic Equations, DAEs) are built up and...

  3. Graphene, Graphene Mimics, and Their Unusual Properties

    11 Apr 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): C.N.R. Rao

  4. Fundamentals of Piezoelectric and Ferroelectric Materials - Part 2

    17 Mar 2014 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Susan Trolier-McKinstry

    This presentation is an introduction to materials of interest for piezoelectric and ferroelectric applications. The lecture begins with basic definitions of pyroelectricity, piezoelectricity, and ferroelectricity, and the link between these and the symmetry shown by the material is explained....

  5. Evolution of Microstructure and Magnetic Properties in CoCr Thin Films

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Brian Demczyk, J. O. Artman

    This presentation describes the structural and magnetic properties, including domain structures, in magnetron-sputtered Co-25% Cr thin films.

  6. Local Anodic Oxidation

    25 Mar 2014 | Animations | Contributor(s): Sitaram R Natekar

    Video describing a typical Local Anodic Oxidation process and some data trends showing how certain parameters influence oxide height on a specimen of Gallium Arsenide

  7. Green's Function for Heat Conduction in a Hollow Cylinder R55 with Type 5 Boundary Conditions

    25 Mar 2014 | Papers | Contributor(s): Donald E. Amos

    Abstract The Green's function is the principal tool in construction of the general solution to the classical heat conduction problem. The solution is presented in terms of the internal heat generation, initial temperature and integrals which reflect the physical influence of the boundary. In...

  8. LASERS: Basic Principles and Applications

    25 Mar 2014 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Alessia Polemi

    This is a lecture prepared within the course Electronic Materials (Junior level). It provides an explanation of the lasers basic principles and an overview of possible applications

  9. Using nanoHUB to Introduce Middle School Students to Models and Simulations

    25 Mar 2014 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Tanya Faltens

    This is a combination hands-on and simulation activity that will teach middle school students about the function and importance of modeling and simulations in science and engineering while learning about three important carbon nanostructures: graphene, bucky balls, and carbon nanotubes. The...

  10. Stanford Stratified Structure Solver (S4) Simulation tool

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Chang Liu, Ogaga Daniel Odele, Xufeng Wang, Peter Bermel


    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): osiris vincent ntarugera, Zach Schaffter, Kevin Margatan, Tanya Faltens, James Fonseca, Michael Povolotskyi, Gerhard Klimeck

  12. Electrical Thin Double Layer Simulation and Micro-electrochemical Supercapacitor Cooling

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Kaitlyn Fisher, Guoping Xiong, Timothy S Fisher

  13. NanoHub Submit Scheme

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Alejandro Gomez, Alejandro Strachan, Benjamin Haley, Steven Clark

  14. Designing meaningful MD simulations: The lithiation of Silicon

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Maria C Rincon, hojin kim, David Guzman, Alejandro Strachan

  15. Crystalline Cellulose – Atomistic Modeling Toolkit

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Mateo Gómez Zuluaga, Fernando Luis Dri, Robert J. Moon, Pablo Daniel Zavattieri

  16. Thermophotovoltaic Efficiency Simulation

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Qingshuang Chen, Roman Shugayev, Peter Bermel

  17. kinetic Monte Carlo Simulations (kMC)

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Jingyuan Liang, R. Edwin Garcí­a, Ding-Wen Chung

    kMC is a set of scientific libraries designed to deploy kinetic Monte Carlo simulations (kMC). kMC allows the user to intuitively generate single component crystal lattices to simulate, post process, and visualize the kinetic Monte Carlo-based dynamics of materials.Philosophically, kMC was...

  18. Next Generation Crystal Viewer

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Zach Schaffter, Gerhard Klimeck, osiris vincent ntarugera, Kevin Margatan

    Crystal Viewer is a tool on•Crystal Viewer 2.0 (CV2) was created, but was never published.•Our team was to critique CV2, but decided to completely redo the tool.•Bravais lattice, crystal structure, material, number of cell repetitions, etc.•Generate rotatable crystal structure as...

  19. Assessing the MVS Model for Nanotransistors

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Siyang Liu, Xingshu Sun, Mark Lundstrom

    The MIT Virtual Source model [1] is a recently developed compact model for nanoscale transistor. It is a semi-empirical model based on the physics of electron transport at nanoscale. The model requires only a few input parameters, most of which can be obtained from experimental data. This model...

  20. Finite-Difference Time-Domain Simulation of Photovoltaic Structures using a Graphical User Interface for MEEP

    25 Mar 2014 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Xin Tze (Joyce) Tee, Haejun Chung, Peter Bermel, a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.