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PAMELA (Pseudospectral Analysis Method with Exchange & Local Approximations)

By Bryan M. Wong

University of California, Riverside



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PAMELA (Pseudospectral Analysis Method with Exchange & Local Approximations): calculates electronic energies, densities, wavefunctions, and band-bending diagrams for core-shell nanowires within a self-consistent Schrodinger-Poisson formalism.


Prof. Bryan M. Wong is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering Program at UC Riverside. He is listed in the Reviews in Computational Chemistry (Volume 27) as a researcher who "regularly publishes in journals that focus on computing at the molecular level." Prof. Wong received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2007.


A. W. Long and B. M. Wong, "PAMELA: An Open-Source Software Package for Calculating Nonlocal Exact Exchange Effects on Electron Gases in Core-Shell Nanowires." AIP Advances, 2, 032173 (2012)

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