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Carrier transport in nanoelectronic devices
Other Titles: Applications in Graphene nanoelectronic devices
Authors: Karafyllidis, Ioannis
Subject: NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > PHYSICS > ELECTRONIC PHYSICS AND RELATED AREAS OF SCIENCE > MICROELECTRONICS AND NANOELECTRONICS
NATURAL SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES > PHYSICS > INDERDISCIPLINARY PHYSICS AND RELATED AREAS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY > BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL PHYSICS > NANOTECHNOLOGIES
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING > ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING > ELECTRONIC PHYSICS - SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING > ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING > NANOELECTRONIC DEVICES
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING > ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING > CONDUCTORS - SEMICONDUCTORS
Keywords:
Nanoelectronics
Nanoelectronic devices
Carrier transport
Nanoconductor Hamiltonians
Non-equilibrium Green’s functions
Graphene
Graphene nanoelectronic devices
Description:
Abstract:
This book can be used as the main textbook for postgraduate courses in Nanoelectronics. It covers comprehensively the subject of Nanoelectronics through the detailed presentation of the most important process in nanoelectronic devices, i.e., the carrier transport in them. It also presents all the modern theoretical and computational methods for the design, analysis, and simulation of nanoelectronic devices. This book is self-contained and contains all the necessary material for Quantum Mechanics. Among others, the most modern and efficient method for the study and analysis of nanoelectronic devices is described, i.e., the combination of tight-binding Hamiltonians with non-equilibrium Green's functions. The book contains detailed computation examples of the nanoelectronic devices operating parameters. The Graphene nanoelectronic devices and the Graphene logic gates are presented as application examples of the methods described in the book. Software developed for the design, parametric analysis, and simulation of nanoelectronic devices is given in the form of Matlab source code, and is available through the website of "KALLIPOS" Repository along with detailed instructions for the user. The software is open and free to use. This software was used for research work published in international scientific journals. With this software, the user will be able to reproduce the published results and will also be able to modify and develop the software and use it for his training and research.
Linguistic Editors: Oxenkioun, Eleni Elissavet
Graphic Editors: Papavasiliou, Spyridon
Type: Postgraduate textbook
Creation Date: 25-08-2022
Item Details:
ISBN 978-618-5667-06-1
License: Attribution - NonCommercial - ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.57713/kallipos-44
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/11419/8437
Bibliographic Reference: Karafyllidis, I. (2022). Carrier transport in nanoelectronic devices [Postgraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. https://dx.doi.org/10.57713/kallipos-44
Language: Greek
Consists of:
1. Introduction
2. Elements of Quantum Mechanics
3. Electric currents in nanoconductors
4. Nanoconductor Hamiltonians
5. Green’s functions
6. Non-equilibrium Green’s functions method (NEGF)
7. NEGF method applied to one-dimensional nanoconductors
8. NEGF method applied to two-dimensional nanoconductors. Generalization of the method
9. Graphene
10. Graphene quantum point contact and switching operation
11. Graphene p-n junctions
12. Graphene logic gates
13. Graphene nanoribbons with magnetic contacts
14. Software manual
Publication Origin: Kallipos, Open Academic Editions