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22 Sep 2010

  • A Gentle Introduction to Nanotechnology and Nanoscience

    Featured 22 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

    While the Greek root nano just means dwarf, the nanoscale has become a giant focus of contemporary science and technology. We will examine the fundamental issues underlying the excitement involved in nanoscale research - what, why and how. Specific topics include assembly, properties, …

  • Shaikh S. Ahmed

    Featured 22 Sep 2010 in Profiles

    Shaikh Shahid Ahmed received the B.S. degree in electrical and electronic engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 1998, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe, in 2003 and 2005, …

  • what is the maximum ramp energy usable in DEMONs?

    Featured 22 Sep 2010 in Answers

    Asked by Tom MacElwee - 6 years 6 months ago - 1 response

21 Sep 2010

  • Northwestern University Initiative for Teaching Nanoscience

    Featured 21 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

    This package allows users to study and analyze of molecular properties using various electronic structure methods.

  • ECE 495N Lecture 8: Shrödinger's Equation

    Featured 21 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

  • Joseph M. Cychosz

    Featured 21 Sep 2010 in Profiles

    Joe Cychosz began his computing career in 1974 at the University of Illinois where he became an electrical engineer by degree and a programmer by trade while working with the Control Data computer systems which comprised the university’s computing center and PLATO system. Upon leaving the …

  • Exactly same subband energies for 2 ladders

    Featured 21 Sep 2010 in Answers

    Asked by Ashish Agrawal - 3 years 7 months ago - 1 response

    I am simulating DG MOSCAP with Metal gates. Doping-7e18 Metal1 and 2 WF - 4.3eV Voltage - 0 to 4 V SiO2 thickness 1 nm (100) crystal Voltage varying on both gates In the plot for subband energies vs Voltage, the E11 is exactly overlapping with E21. THis is also seen in subband occupancy …

20 Sep 2010

  • ABINIT

    Featured 20 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

    Run the community code ABINIT for electronic structure calculations under density functional theory through a convenient graphical user interface

  • Atomistic Simulation of Realistically Sized Nanodevices Using NEMO 3-D: Part I − Models and Benchmarks

    Featured 20 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

    Device physics and material science meet at the atomic scale of novel nanostructured semiconductors, and the distinction between new device or new material is blurred. Not only the quantum-mechanical effects in the electronic states of the device but also the granular atomistic representation of …

  • Mark Hersam

    Featured 20 Sep 2010 in Profiles

    Education: • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2000 • M.Phil. in Microelectronic Engineering and Semiconductor Physics, University of Cambridge (UK), 1997 • B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, …

  • effective mass

    Featured 20 Sep 2010 in Answers

    Asked by Shaikh S. Ahmed - 4 years 5 months ago - 8 responses

    I was simulating a rectangular nanowire with the default parameters. It generated extremely small (0.0001) effective masses for band 1 valley 1. Please have a look. Also, we need to have the density of states calculated.

19 Sep 2010

  • PN Junction Lab

    Featured 19 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

    This tool enables users to explore and teach the basic concepts of P-N junction devices.

  • Nanotechnology and Occupational Safety and Health: What are the Issues, What do we know, and What is NIOSH Doing

    Featured 19 Sep 2010 in Resources (non-tools)

    Nanotechnology and Occupational Safety and Health: What are the Issues, What do we know, and What is NIOSH Doing

  • Timothy S Fisher

    Featured 19 Sep 2010 in Profiles

    Tim Fisher joined Purdue’s School of Mechanical Engineering in 2002 after serving as a faculty member at Vanderbilt University beginning in 1998. He received the BS and PhD degrees from Cornell University and spent two years as a full-time engineer at Motorola. His work has been recognized …

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