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By Gerhard Klimeck1, Lars Bjaalie2, Sebastian Steiger1, David Ebert1, Tillmann Christoph Kubis1, Matteo Mannino1, Michael McLennan1, Hong-Hyun Park1, Michael Povolotskyi1
1. Purdue University 2. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Compute the eigenstates of a particle in a box of various shapes including domes and pyramids.
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Version 2.1 - published on 27 Jan 2011
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@ 05:27 PM on 22 Nov, 2010
3.0 out of 5 stars
I used this simulation as a demonstration in a presentation. I wanted to show a sample of a solution for orbitals inside a quantum dot. There was an issue for me to use it with my personal computer. for some reason the java applet is unable to connect to the site. I have tried to use the verified version, but it didn’t work. The simulation is very good, but the class, which I was presenting in, was an introductory course about nanomaterial. Thus I didn’t feel that they got the full benefit from the simulation.
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@ 01:00 AM on 22 Nov, 2010
5.0 out of 5 stars
Quantum Dot Lab turned my abstract understanding into a concrete conceptualization of what a quantum dot truly is. It is a great lab.
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Some more help would be useful.. Thanks
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on 28 Oct, 2008
Several tutorials on quantum dots, and the tool itself have been contributed to the nanoHUB since this comment. The latest version 1.1.3 refers to 4 concrete items that help with the usage of this tool.
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