Macucci, M and Iannaccone, G and Greer, J and Martorell, J and Sprung, D W L and Schenk, A and Yakimenko, I I and Berggren, K-F and Stokbro, K and Gippius, N (2001) Status and perspectives of nanoscale device modelling. Nanotechnology, 12 (2). pp. 136-142.
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During the meetings of the theory and modelling working group, within the MEL-ARI (Microelectronics Advanced Research Initiative) and NID-FET (Nanotechnology Information Devices-Future and Emerging Technologies) initiatives of the European Commission, we have been discussing the current status and the future perspectives of nanoscale device modelling. The outcome of such a discussion is summarized in the present paper, outlining the major challenges for the future, such as the integration of nonequilibrium phenomena and of molecular-scale properties. We believe that modelling has a growing importance in the development of nanoelectronic devices and must therefore make a move from physics to engineering, providing valid design tools, with quantitative predictive capabilities.
|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
|Deposited On:||16 Mar 2009 10:41|
|Last Modified:||20 Mar 2009 08:58|
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