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Schred

By Dragica Vasileska1, Shaikh S. Ahmed2, Gokula Kannan1, Matteo Mannino3, Gerhard Klimeck3, Mark Lundstrom3, Akira Matsudaira4, Junzhe Geng3

1. Arizona State University 2. Southern Illinois University Carbondale 3. Purdue University 4. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

SCHRED simulation software calculates the envelope wavefunctions and the corresponding bound-state energies in a typical MOS, SOS and a typical SOI structure.

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Version 2.53 - published on 04 Nov 2013

doi:10.4231/D3HT2GB8Z cite this

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    Anonymous

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I explored the SCHRED tool since we did a similar project. The simulator is a self consistent Poisson 1-D Schroedinger solver.

    The tool is poweful and has numerous advantages :

    * Use of different structures and materials: single // double gate , metal // polysilicon gate , Si // GaAs // InAs , 100 // 110 // 111

    * Number of subbands

    However I think there are some points that can be improved :

    * The source code is available in FORTRAN language but comments are sparse.

    * It is hard to compare results for different parameters. So I copied data in Excel or matlab and plotted it.

    Malek Chaabane (uiuc)

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    denis mamaluy

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    It is very nice that Schred gives a possibility to compare semiclassical and quantum simulations.

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