Martin Claus received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering in 2004 and 2011 from the Technische Universität Dresden (Germany). During his doctoral research, he investigated carbon nanotube field-effect transistors (FETs) with emphasis on modeling and simulation. His research interests include compact modeling and technology comparisons of nanoscale FETs using numerical device simulation, physical analysis, and electrical characterization. Since 2013, he has been research group leader of the Modeling Group for Emerging Electronics within the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (Cfaed) in Germany. Dr. Claus is responsible for the development of a multi-scale device simulation platform, experimental characterization and compact modeling for one- and two- dimensional devices. Cfaed is a Cluster of Excellence within the German Excellence Initiative. It brings together 200 researchers from eleven research institutions to address the advancement of electronic information processing systems by exploring new technologies that overcome the limits of today’s predominant CMOS technology.
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