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The non-equilibrium Greens function (NEGF) formalism provides a powerful conceptual and computational framework for treating quantum transport in nanodevices. It goes beyond the Landauer approach for ballistic, non-interacting electronics to include inelastic scattering and strong correlation effects at an atomistic level.

Check out Supriyo Datta's NEGF page for more information, or browse through the various resources listed below.

Wiki Pages (1-4 of 4)

  1. The NEGF Approach to Nano-Device Simulation

    The non-equilibrium Greens function (NEGF) formalism provides a powerful conceptual and computational framework for treating quantum transport in nanodevices. It goes beyond the Landauer...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/Negf

  2. NCN at Purdue Tools

    NCN@Purdue Tool Support We have identified a list of tools for which we commit the following level of service: monitor support tickets, questions, and wishlists and provide a response...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/NCNatPurdueTools

  3. Paralellizing MATLAB Code

    Info: I have been desperately trying to speed up an NEGF code recently, and having been informed that we have state-of-the-art clusters available to us, I set out to find out how to parallelize...

    http://nanohub.org/groups/super/wiki/ParalellizingMATLABCode

  4. CNT Cylindrical MOSFET Simulator Comments (Joshua Wood)

    The tool in question can be found here: [1] The main benefits of this tool is that it is the only NEGF CNT simulator that I have found on nanoHUB and that it runs reasonably fast for a NEGF...

    http://nanohub.org/groups/illinois_ece_539_advanced_theory_of_semiconductors_and_devices/wiki/CNTCylindricalMOSFETSimulatorComments

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