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  1. What operations are performed when the voltage solution from poisson’s eqn is fed to the schrodinger eqn in this simulator?

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    The poisson’s equation gives the solution(V) of the 3D potential distribution of the MG nanowire fet.

    The input to the schrodinger equation is the conduction band profile i.e.-...

  2. Can i simulate III-V material based nanowires by giving the effective mass and other material parameters?

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  3. what is the degeneracy for each valley?

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    when choosing 100 and 110 crystal orientation, what values are used for effective mass in each valley and what is their respective degeneracy?

  4. Current unit…

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    The output logs show the current units to be muA…for instance, “Current (muA) = 7.6e-6. But, since much of the sims result in pretty low current values, I was wondering if that was...

  5. Abort sim?

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    Is there any way to abort a running simulation, besides having to close the tool and restarting it? It used to be possible in the previous versions, but now, the “watch”/busy...

  6. S/D dopes only n-type? Can I get around max dimensions? Anywhere to download this?

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    I see with this tool we can dope the channel p and n type, but only n type is available for the source and drain. Is this an error of some sort, or was this deliberate? It seems to me that it...

  7. Mincheol Shin

    Mincheol is a Professor at KAIST, Daejeon, Korea. His research is on Nano-scale Quantum Device Simulations. From 1993 to 2002, he was a Senior Researcher at the Electronics and..., a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.