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Drift-Diffusion Lab

Simulate single semiconductor characteristics

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Version 1.8.4 - published on 23 Jul 2014

doi:10.4231/D3M90239B cite this

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Usage

World usage

Location of all "Drift-Diffusion Lab" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

3,181

38 59 101 108 122 136 149 167 179 187 193 207 229 252 273 279 292 301 312 462 577 597 601 604 640 658 674 686 700 712 724 752 897 936 953 970 1,019 1,055 1,168 1,202 1,215 1,233 1,257 1,279 1,310 1,336 1,349 1,365 1,479 1,521 1,559 1,569 1,581 1,587 1,597 1,781 1,825 1,844 1,865 1,873 2,090 2,210 2,228 2,243 2,252 2,262 2,313 2,540 2,571 2,590 2,603 2,612 2,881 2,945 2,961 2,971 2,974 2,980 2,989 3,181 3,181

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 1,901 (59.74%)
Unidentified 1,153 (36.24%)
Industry 78 (2.45%)
National Lab 22 (0.69%)
Unemployed 15 (0.47%)
Government Agency 7 (0.22%)
Educational - Pre-College 4 (0.13%)
Military 2 (0.06%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 1,037 (59.22%)
pk PAKISTAN 259 (14.79%)
in INDIA 140 (8%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 104 (5.94%)
tr TURKEY 56 (3.2%)
de GERMANY 45 (2.57%)
cn CHINA 35 (2%)
tw TAIWAN 27 (1.54%)
co COLOMBIA 25 (1.43%)
it ITALY 23 (1.31%)

Simulation Runs

34,072

329 391 596 620 692 749 800 1004 1051 1189 1201 1246 1481 1629 1814 1831 1865 1949 2010 4156 5562 5931 5954 6048 6811 7060 7103 7144 7208 7244 7446 7514 9133 9503 9546 9600 9939 10271 11608 12409 12430 12503 12564 12657 12771 12885 12936 12966 13788 14547 15363 15423 15450 15474 15513 17484 17780 18018 18521 18554 20522 22857 22960 23092 23139 23160 23669 26746 26995 27200 27423 27446 30583 31396 31480 31561 31571 31600 31654 33999 34072
Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 1.66 hours 1675.93 days
CPU time 19.15 seconds 5.37 days
Interaction Time 22.17 minutes 372.96 days

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