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Drift-Diffusion Lab

Simulate single semiconductor characteristics

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Version 1.8.3 - published on 16 Aug 2010

doi:10.4231/D36Q1SG88 cite this

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    Tanya Faltens

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is a test review. This tool addresses two fundamental processes and should help student understanding.

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    Anonymous

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    This tool is helpful in solving questions like 3.2 and 3.22 from chapter 3 of SDF – R.F Pierret . Thanks for it.

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    Nahil Sobh

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    Anonymous

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    This tool has good potential usage but …. Needs more testing. We got error messages, that got reported automatically to nanoHU-Help, that prevented us from using this tool.

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    1. Gerhard Klimeck

      The drift diffusion lab has seen significant improvements now. (status August 2009) Can you please run the code again and see if you get the same error messages.

      In the future we request that you report error messages as tickets, rather than as comments. Reviews do not get seen necessarily by the development team unless they browse through it.

      Above note is more like an error message / support ticket request.

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