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Computes the electronic structure of various materials in the spatial configuration of bulk (infinitely periodic), quantum wells (confined in one dimension, infinitely periodic in 2 dimensions), and wires (confined in 2 dimensions and infinitely...
As explained in a related seminar, correct band structure is essential for modeling devices at the nano scale.
- Chapter 5 of Quantum Transport by S. Datta (Cambridge, 2005)
Bandstructure Lab is based on the tight binding model of Boykin and Klimeck, and builds on the work of several Ph.D. students and other researchers:
|M. Luisier, N. Neophytou, Y. Liu||... Core simulator|
|J. Wang||... Nanowire simulation theory|
|A. Rahman||... Bulk and thin-film simulation theory|
|A. Amatsuda, M. McLennan||... GUI development|
|R. Kim||... Led the integration effort|
Cite this work
Researchers should cite this work as follows:
- For the tight-binding methodology:
Gerhard Klimeck, Fabiano Oyafuso, Timothy B. Boykin, R. Chris Bowen, and Paul von Allmen, "Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D (NEMO 3-D) Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots" (INVITED), Computer Modeling in Engineering and Science (CMES) Volume 3, No. 5 pp 601-642 (2002).
- For nanowire model and results:
Jing Wang, Anisur Rahman, Gerhard Klimeck and Mark Lundstrom, "Bandstructure and Orientation Effects in
Ballistic Si and Ge Nanowire FETs", IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) Tech. Digest, pp. 537-540, Washington D. C., Dec. 5-7, 2005.