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Table 1: Overview
Item Value
Contributions: 10
Total Simulation Users Served: 5,345
Total "and more" Users Served: 3,437
Rank by Contributions: 111 / 1690
First Contribution: 08 Aug 2008
Last Contribution: 27 Jan 2010
Citations on Contributions: 9
Usage in Courses/Classrooms: 725 users served in 96 courses from 15 institutions
Table 2: Simulation Tool Usage
# Tool Name Users served in last 12 months Simulation Runs in last 12 months Total users served Total Simulation Runs Citations Published On
1 Resonant Tunneling Diode Simulation with NEGF 361 3,092 2,238 22,196 3 05 Sep 2008
2 1D Heterostructure Tool 308 2,834 2,392 16,825 7 04 Sep 2008
3 Piece-Wise Constant Potential Barriers Tool 194 2,695 1,503 21,349 - 08 Aug 2008
TOTAL 766 8,621 5,345 60,370
Table 3: "and more" Usage
# Resource Title Users served in last 12 months Total users served Citations Published On
1 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 20: NEGF in a Quasi-1D Formulation Online Presentations 134 1,026 - 27 Jan 2010
2 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 09: Open 1D Systems - Reflection at and Transmission over 1 Step Online Presentations 141 1,121 - 25 Jan 2010
3 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 11: Open 1D Systems - The Transfer Matrix Method Online Presentations 104 1,048 - 31 Dec 2009
4 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 10: Open 1D Systems - Transmission through & over 1 Barrier Online Presentations 59 859 - 31 Dec 2009
5 Comparison of PCPBT Lab and Periodic Potential Lab Online Presentations 29 262 - 10 Aug 2009
6 Resonant Tunneling Diode Simulation with NEGF: First-Time User Guide Teaching Materials 93 772 - 01 Jun 2009
7 Piece-Wise Constant Potential Barriers Tool: First-Time User Guide Teaching Materials 53 257 - 01 Jun 2009
TOTAL 482 3,437

* Total only includes versions of the tools this author contributed to.

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