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Table 1: Overview
Item Value
Contributions: 10
Total "and more" Users Served: 3,875
Rank by Contributions: 116 / 1690
First Contribution: 14 Jan 2008
Last Contribution: 26 Mar 2013
Citations on Contributions: 1
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
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Table 3: "and more" Usage
# Resource Title Users served in last 12 months Total users served Citations Published On
1 Empirical Tight-binding Parameterization of SmSe in the sp3d5f7s* model Downloads 67 259 - 26 Mar 2013
2 Tight Binding Parameters by DFT mapping Presentation Materials 112 344 - 12 Sep 2012
3 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 35: Alloy Disorder in Nanowires Online Presentations 37 561 - 05 Aug 2010
4 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 34: Alloy Disorder in Quantum Dots Online Presentations 23 438 - 05 Aug 2010
5 Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 33: Alloy Disorder in Bulk Online Presentations 46 802 - 04 Aug 2010
6 Valley splitting in strained silicon quantum wells modeled with 2 degree miscuts, step disorder, and alloy disorder Papers 49 342 - 14 Jan 2008
7 Atomistic Simulation of Realistically Sized Nanodevices Using NEMO 3-D—Part II: Applications Papers 85 686 1 14 Jan 2008
8 Atomistic Simulation of Realistically Sized Nanodevices Using NEMO 3-D: Part I − Models and Benchmarks Papers 46 572 - 14 Jan 2008
9 Atomistic Electronic Structure Calculations of Unstrained Alloyed Systems Consisting of a Million Atoms Papers 9 203 - 14 Jan 2008
10 Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D (NEMO 3-D ) Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots Papers 91 940 - 14 Jan 2008
TOTAL 503 3,875

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

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