
How to do 3D quantum monte carlo in Silvaco Atlas
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I am trying to simulation LER, RDF, variation of Fin height and fin thickness of trigate FINFET. I have access to Silvaco atlas. Do anybody has experience on 3D monter carlo in Silvac Atlas. I...
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