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Nanotech 2001 Conference Program - Tuesday March 20

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8:30 MSM Keynotes
Commodore A & B
Session chair: Narayan Aluru, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaigne
8:30Multiscale Modeling of Microfluidics
G. Karniadakis, Brown University , USA
 
8:30 ICCN Keynotes
Promenade 6 & 7
Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Motorola
8:30Modeling Materials with ab-initio Molecular Dynamics
R. Car, Princeton University , USA
 
9:15 Break
Admiral's Landing
 
9:30 Semiconductor Device Modeling
Commodore A
Session chair: Xing Zhou, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
9:30A Qualitative Study on Global and Local Optimization Techniques for TCAD Analysis Tasks
T. Binder, C. Heitzinger and S. Selberherr, Technical University Wien, AUSTRIA
9:503-D Simulation and Modeling of Signal Isolation in RF/IF Circuits
S. Bharatan, P. Welch, K.H. To, R. Thoma and M. Huang, Motorola, Digital DNA Laboratories, USA
10:10A Physics-Based Impact Ionization Model Using Six Moments of the Boltzmann Transport Equation
T. Grasser, H. Kosina, M. Gritsch and S. Selberherr, TU Wien, AUSTRIA
10:30Monte Carlo Particle-Based Simulation of FIBMOS Devices
I. Kneevic, D. Vasileska, R. Akis, J. Kang, X. He, and D.K. Schroder, Arizona State University, USA
10:50Substrate Current Simulations at Elevated Temperatures
E. Lyumkis, R. Mickevicius, B. Polsky, G. Loechelt, A. Zlotnicka and R. Thoma, Integrated Systems Engineering, Inc., USA
11:10A Scalable RF Model of the Metal-Oxide-Metal (MOM) Capacitor
G. Chunqi, D. Manh Anh , Z. Zheng and F. Boyland, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd, , SINGAPORE
 
9:30 Simulation of Microfluidic Systems: From Numerical Methods to System Engineering - 1
Commodore B
Session chair: Stephan Hardt, Institute of Microtechnology, Mainz, Germany and Narayan Aluru, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaigne
9:30A Combined DSMC/Meshless Technique for Multiscale Analysis of Microfluidic Filters
O. Aktas and N.R. Aluru, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
9:50Reconfigurable Microfluidic System Architecture Based on Two-Dimensional Electrowetting Arrays
J. Ding, K. Chakrabarty and R.B. Fair, Duke University, USA
10:10Surface Tension Induced Instability of Viscous Liquid Jets
E.P. Furlani, C. N. Delametter, J. M. Chwalek, and D. Trauernicht, Eastman Kodak Company, USA
10:30Electroosmotic Microfluidic Flows with Random Zeta Potential
J.P. Gleeson, University College Cork, IRELAND
10:50Efficient Numerical Methods for the Simulation of Flow Reactors
R. Becker, M. Braack, V. Heuveline and R. Rannacher, University of Heidelberg, GERMANY
11:10Mixed-Dimensionality, Multi-Physics Simulation Tools for Design Analysis of Microfluidic Devices and Integrated Systems
A.J. Przekwas and V.B. Makhijani, CFD Research Corp., USA
 
9:30 Computational Materials
Promenade 6
Session chair: Niels Gronbech-Jensen, UC - Davis
9:30Simulation of Two-level Tunneling States and Floppy Modes in Silica Glass
K. Trachenko, M.T. Dove and V. Heine, University of Cambridge,, UNITED KINGDOM
9:50Phase Stability and Thermoelectric Properties of Alkali-Metal Doped Group IV Clathrate Compounds
R. Rousseau, E. Toderov, K. Uehara and J.S. Tse, National Research Council of Canada, CANADA
10:10MonteCarlo Simulations of Carbon-based Structures Based on an Extended Brenner Potential
A.V. Petukhov and A. Fasolino, University of Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS
10:30Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study of the Pressure Induced Phase Transformations in Cristobalite
D.D. Klug, R. Rousseau, K. Uehara, M. Bernasconi and J.S. Tse, National Research Council of Canada, CANADA
10:50Carbon Based Nanostructures: Diamond Clusters Structured with Nanotubes
O.A. Shenderova, D. Areshkin and D.W. Brenner, North Carolina State University, USA
11:10Computer Program Simulation of Protein Structure I
K.U. Lu, California State University,
11:30Density Functional Based Tight Binding Study of Impurities in Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Grain Boundaries
P. Zapol, L.A. Curtiss, D.M. Gruen , M. Sternberg and T. Frauenheim,, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
 
9:30 Molecules and Molecular Materials
Promenade 7
Session chair: Brian Korgel, University of Texas-Austin
9:30Electronic Structure Modifications Induced by Nanosize Lattice Imperfections in Molecular Crystals
M.M. Kuklja, Michigan Technological University, USA
9:50Report on the Modeling of the Large MIS Cans
E.W. Moody, J. Lyman and D.K. Veirs, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
10:10Chemical Decomposition of Solid Cyclotrimethylene Trinitramine
M.M. Kuklja, Michigan Technological University, USA
10:30Nanotube Tunneling as a Consequence of Probable Discrete Trajectories
D. Robinson, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
10:50DNA Machines for Molecular Self-Assembly
F.C. Simmel and B. Yurke, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, USA
 
12:00 Lunch
Self
 
13:20 Quantum Effects, Quantum Devices and Spintronics
Promenade 2
Session chair: Dragica Vasileska, ASU
13:20An Effective Potential Method for Including Quantum Effects Into the Simulation of Ultra-Short and Ultra-Narrow Channel MOSFETs
R. Akis, S. Milicic, D.K. Ferry and D. Vasileska, Arizone State University, USA
13:40Modeling of Nanoscale MOSFETs
K. Likharev and Y. Naveh, State University of New York, USA
14:00Towards a Compact Scattering Model for Nanoscale MOSFETs
A. Rahman, Z. Ren, J-H. Rhew and M.S. Lundstrom, Purdue University, USA
14:20The Use of Bohm Trajectories and the Effective Potential in Probing Quantum Mechanical Behavior in 2-D and Spintronic Sub-micron Devices
L. Shifren, R. Akis and D.K. Ferry, Arizona State University, USA
14:40Spin Dependent Boundary Conditions and Spin Splitting in Cylindrical Quantum Dots
Y. Li, O. Voskoboynikov, J-L. Liu, C.P. Lee and S.M. Sze, National Chiao Tung University, TAIWAN ROC
15:00An Approach to Quantum Correction in Monte Carlo Device Simulation
B. Winstead, H. Tsuchiya and U. Ravaioli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
 
13:20 Simulation of Microfluidic Systems: From Numerical Methods to System Engineering - 2
Promenade 3
Session chair: Stephan Hardt, Institute of Microtechnology, Mainz, Germany and Narayan Aluru, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaigne
13:20Atomistic Simulation of Electro-Osmosis in a Nanometer-Scale Channel
J.B. Freund, UCLA, USA
13:40Numerical Modeling of Magnetic Field Flow Fractionation in Microchannels: A Two-fold Approach Using Particle Trajectories and Concentration
J. Berthier, P. Pham and P. MassÈ, LETI , FRANCE
14:00Analysis of Sample Transport in Capillary Electrophoresis Microchip Using Full-Scale Numerical Analysis
S. Krishnamoorthy, J.J. Feng and V.B. Makhijani, CFD Research Corporation, USA
14:20Inverted Method for Simulation of Electrokinetic Transport in Microchannel Devices
R. H. Nilson and S.K. Griffiths, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
14:40Electrodynamic Transport, Electroporation and Lysis of Cells in Pharmacological and Bioanalytical Microsystems
A. Przekwas, Z.J. Chen and M. Athavale, CFD Research Corp., USA
15:00Modeling of Blood Flow in Simple Microchannels
D. Trebotich, W. Chang and D. Liepmann, University of California Berkeley, USA
15:20Simulation of Droplet Formation in Micromixers
S. Hardt, F. Schˆnfeld, F. Weise, C. Hofmann and W. Ehrfeld, Institut f¸r Mikrotechnik , GERMANY
 
13:20 Computational Materials
Promenade 6
Session chair: Matt Challacombe, Los Alamos National Lab
13:20Electronic Transport in Molecular Devices from First Principles
M. Di Ventra, N.D. Lang and S.T. Pantelides, Virginia Tech, USA
13:40Quantum Mechnaical Modeling and Simulation of Boron Clustering in c-SI
W.i Luo, C-L. Kuo and P. Clancy, Cornell University, USA
14:00Kinetic and Numerical Approaches to Nucleation and Growth During a First Order Phase Transition
A. ten Bosch and D.I. Zhukhovitskii, CNRS , FRANCE
14:20Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Local Structure and Vibrational Spectrum of Uranyl (UO2) 2+in Vitreous B2O3
Z≠H. Zhuang, G.K. Liu and J.V. Beitz, Argonne National Laboratory, , USA
 
13:20 Radiation Effects
Promenade 7
13:20Atomistic Modelling of Radiation Damage in Zircon
K. Trachenko, M.T. Dove and E.K.H. Salje, University of Cambridge,, UNITED KINGDOM
13:40Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Lattice Structure, Radiation Damage, and Vibrational Spectra of Zircon (ZrSiO4)
G.K. Liu, H-Z. Zhuang and J.V. Beitz, Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
14:00Simulations to Investigate Polyatomic Cluster Bombardment of Organic Targets
S. Nealey, T.C. Nguyen, B. Pearson, J.A. Townes, D.W. Ward, A.K. White, E.N. Wiggins, R. Zaric, K.D. Krantzman and B.J. Garrison, College of Charleston, USA
 
14:40 Coffee
Admiral's Landing
 
15:00 General Theory and Methods
Promenade 6
Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Motorola
15:00Managing the Distribution of Recursively Calculating Matrix Elements
L.F. McAven, M. Schlesinger and R.D. Kent, University of Windsor, CANADA
15:20Socorro: A Modular Extensible Framework for Electronic-structure Calculations
R.A. Lippert, A.F. Wright and N.A. Modine, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
15:40Continuum Solvation Model for ab initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations
J-L. Fattebert and F. Gygi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
16:00Virtual Nanofabrication of Electronic Materials
L.A. Pozhar, University of Surrey , UNITED KINGDOM
 
15:00 Biological Molecular Design and Simulation - 2
Promenade 7
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory
15:00Efficient Space Warping Method to Determine Nanoscale Structures and Conformational Changes
K. Jaqaman and P. Ortoleva, Indiana University, USA
15:20Inferring Large-scale Motions and Functions from Structures
R.L. Jernigan , I. Bahar , D.G. Covell, A. Rana Atilgan , S. Durell, D.T. Flatow and O. Keskin, National Institutes of Health, USA
15:40Towards Color Sensitivity of Protein Based Artificial Retina
L. Lensu, M. Frydrych, C. Aschi, J. Parkkinen, S. Parkkinen and T. Jaaskelainen, Lappeenranta Univeristy of Technology, FINLAND
16:00The Photocycle Movie of Photoactive Yellow Protein from Nanoseconds to Seconds
Z. Ren, B. Perman, V. Srajer, T.-Y. Teng, C. Pradervand, D. Bourgeois, F. Schotte, T. Ursby, R. Kort, M. Wulff and K. Moffat, University of Chicago, USA
16:20A Theoretical Study of the Structure Activity Relationship of Sulfonamide Type Compounds based on their Antibacterial Activity
C. Soriano, R.O. Esquivel and R.P. Sagar, Universidad AutÛnoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
 
16:00 Break
Admiral's Landing
 
16:00 Poster Session (A)
Commodore A B & C
 
16:00 Applications: MEMS, Sensors
Commodore A B & C
-Simulation and Characterization of High Q Microresonators Fabricated by UV ≠ LIGA
S. Basrour, H. Majjad, J.R. Coudevylle and M. de LabachËlerie, CNRS, FRANCE
-Modeling of a MEMS Magnetic Bistable Valve
D.S. Creyts IV, P.J. Hesketh and G. Frye-Mason, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
-Vibration Analysis of Quartz Yaw-Rate Sensor to Reduce Mechanical Coupling
M. Fujiyoishi, Y. Nononmura, Y. Omura, K. Tsukada, S. Matsushige and N. Kurata, Toyota Central R&D Labs, JAPAN
-Modeling and Analysis of Hysteresis Phenomena in Electrostatic Zipper Actuators
P. Guidotti and D. Bernstein, California Institute of Technology, USA
-Surface Chemistry Effects in Finite Element Modeling of Heat Transfer in µ-fuel Cells
M.A. Havstad, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
-The Applicability of Temperature Correction to Chemoresistive Sensors in an e-NOSE-ANN System
R. Hobson and A. Guiseppi-Elie, Commonwealth University, USA
-Electromechanical and Microwave S-parameter Properties of a Wide Tuning Range MEMS Tunable Capacitor
J. Chen, J. Zou, C. Liu and S-M. Kang, University of Illinois, CHINA
-Development of Patterned SMA Strips as Self-Heating Resistors
J. Chen, B.C. Cai, D. Xu, L. Wang and X.L. Cheng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, SINGAPORE
-Effects of Slider-Driven Piezo-Microactuator Placements and Profiles on HGA Sway Mode
J.P. Yang and S.X. Chen, National University of Singapore, USA
-Modeling and Simulation of THUNDER Actuators Using ANSYS Finite Element Analysis
C. Kennedy, T. Usher, J. Mulling and A. Kingon, Think Peak, Inc. , GERMANY
-Modeling and Dynamic Simulation of Electrostatically Driven Micromirror
S. Kweon , H. Lee and H. Shin, Samsung Electronics Co., LTD. , USA
-A Novel Polymer Nanofiber Interface for Chemical and Biochemical Sensor Applications
S.J. Kwoun, R.M. Lee, B. Han and F.K. Ko, Drexel University, USA
-On the Utility of Airborne MEMS for Improving Meteorological Analysis and Forecasting
J. Manobianco and D.A. Short, ENSCO, Inc., JAPAN
-MEMS Simulation in Heavily Doped Silicon Devices
K. Matsuda and Y. Kanda, Naruto University of Education, USA
-Modeling and Simulation of a Single Crystal Silicon Microactualtor for Hard Disk Drives
M. Jianqiang, C. Shixin and L. Yi, Data Storage Institute , SINGAPORE
-Study of a Novel Isotropic Suspension Design for an Angular Gyroscope
C. Painter and A. Shkel, University of California-Irvine, USA
-A Simple and Scalable Model for Spiral Inductors on Silicon
C.B. Sia, K.S. Yeo, W.L. Goh, T.N. Swe, J.G. Ma, M.A. Do, J.S. Lin and L. Chan, Nanyang Technological University, USA
-An Accurate Photodiode Model for DC and High Frequency SPICE Circuit Simulation
T.N. Swe and K.S. Yeo, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
-Investigation into the Standardization of Micromechanical Components and their Simulation and Computation Using FEM -- Case Study of Diaphragms
E. Weiss, E.G. Welp, U. Witzel, A. Wieck and E. Schmidt, Ruhr University Bochum, GERMANY
-Thermal Modeling of a Surface-micromachined Linear Thermomechanical Actuator
C.D. Lott, T.W. McLain, J.N. Harb and L.L. Howell, Brigham Young University, GERMANY
-Modeling the Effects of Joint Clearances in Planar Micromechanisms
J.W. Wittwer, L.L. Howell and K.W. Chase , Brigham Young University, USA
-Eigenvalue Analysis of Tunable Micro-mechanical Actuator
W-S. Lee, K-C. Kwon, B-K. Kim, J-H. Cho and S-K. Youn, KAIST, KOREA
-Modeling and Simulation on Two Passive Feedback Methods to Obtain Large Travel Range of Electrostatic Micro Mirrors
X.T. Wu, Z.X. Xiao, J. Zhe and K.R. Farmer, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
-Finite Element Analysis in the Development of MEMS-based Compound Grating (MCG)
Y. Yao, J. Castracane, B. Xu, S. Olson and J.V. Eisden, University at Albany-SUNY, USA
-Comparative Study of 2-DOF Micromirrors for Precision Light Manipulation
J. Young and A. Shkel, University of California, USA
-Design and Simulatiuon of A Novel Micromachined Vibratory Gyroscope with Enhanced Sensitivity Performance
R.M. Lin, K.W. Leow, M.K. Lim, Z. Wang and S. Uppilli , Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
 
16:00 Characterization: Semiconductors
Commodore A B & C
-Predictive and Calibrated Simulation of Doping Profiles: Low Energy As, B and BF2 Ion Implantation
P. Scheiblin, F. Roger, D. Poncet, C. Laviron, P. Holliger, F. Laugier, E. Guichard and J.P. Caire, LETI, FRANCE
-Three-Dimensional Effects Obtained from Capacitance Analysis of an SRAM Cell
Y. Takemura, K. Osada, M. Yagyu, K. Yamaguchi, J. Ushio and T. Maruizumi, Hitachi Ltd., JAPAN
 
16:00 Micro Fluidics
Commodore A B & C
-A Mathematical Model of a Biosensor
N.D. Botkin, M. Schlensog, M. Tewes and V.L. Turova, Center of Advanced European Studies and Research, GERMANY
-Computational Design Analysis for In-Plane Microfluidic Valves
C.K. Dickey, V.B. Makhijani, A. Deshmukh and D. Liepmann, CFD Research Corp., USA
-A Fluid Dynamics Model for a Plasma Ion Accleration System
F.S. Domingo and H.J. Ramos, University of the Philippines, PHILIPPINES
-Three-Dimensional Single Step Flow Sheathing in Micro Cell Sorters
G. Goranovic, I. Perch-Nielsen, U.D. Larsen, A. Wolff, J. Kutter and P. Telleman, Bio/Chemical MicroSystems, DENMARK
-A Stochastic Projection Method for Microchannel Flow
O.P. Le Maitre, O.M. Knio, R.G. Ghanem, and H.N. Najm, John's Hopkins University, USA
-Use of Numerical Methods for Modeling and Simulating Capillary Driven Flows in Microchannels
A. Quinte, S. Halstenberg and H. Eggert, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, GERMANY
-Insects Separate Diffusing Particles in Parallel
J.V. Lawry, California Academy of Sciences, USA
-Microflows with Moving Boundaries: Experiment and Simulation
C. Maier and E.P. Hofer, University of Ulm, GERMANY
-Optimization of a MEMS Based Micro Capillary Pumped Loop for Chip-Level Temperature Control
D. Trebotich, J. Kirshberg, J. Teng and D. Liepmann, University of California, USA
-Simulation of Flow in Structurally Programmable Microfluidic Channels
V.B. Makhijani, A.J. Reich, A. Puntambekar, C. Hong and C. Ahn, CFD Research Corp., USA
 
16:00 Characterizaton, Parameter Extraction, Calibration: MEMS
Commodore A B & C
-Stress Measurement in MEMS Devices
L. Starman_Jr., J. Busbee, J. Reber, J. Lott, W. Cowan and N. Vandelli, Wright-Patterson AFB, USA
-3-D Computational Modeling of RF MEMS Switches
H.D. Espinosa, M. Fischer, Y. Zhu and S. Lee, Northwestern University, USA
-Parameter Extraction for Surface Micromachining Using Eelectrical Characterization of Sensors
M. Maute, S. Kimmerle, J. Franz, J. Hauer, D. Schubert, H.-R. Krauss and D.P. Kern, Robert Bosch GmbH, GERMANY
-Mechanical Property Measurement of Thin-film Gold Using Thermally Actuated Bimetallic Cantilever Beams
V.K. Pamula, A. Jog and R.B. Fair, Duke University, USA
-Direct Write Technology as a Tool to Rapidly Prototype Patterns of Biological and Electronic Systems
B.R. Ringeisen, D.B. Chrisey , A. PiquÈ, D. Krizman, M. Brooks and B. Spargo, Naval Research Laboratory, USA
-Physical Modeling of MEMS Cantilever Beams and the Measurement of Stiction Force
T. Lam and R.B. Darling, University of Washington, USA
 
16:00 Compact Modeling for Deep Submicron
Commodore A B & C
-Semi-Empirical Approach to Modeling Reverse Short-Channel Effect in Submicron MOSFETπs
S.B. Chiah, X. Zhou, K.Y. Lim, Y. Wang, A. See, and L. Chan, Nanyang Technological University,, SINGAPORE
-A Model for Fully Depleted Double Gate SOI MOS Transistors Including Temperature Effects
R. Gharabagi, St. Louis University, USA
-A Simplified Approach for Noise Parameter Transformation Between Common Emitter and Common Base InP DHBT
Y.Z. Xiong, G.I. Ng , H. Wang, C.L. Tan and H. Yang, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
 
17:00 Coffee/Wine
Admiral's Landing
 
17:00 Poster Session (B)
Commodore A B & C
 
17:00 Model Order Reduction
Commodore A B & C
-Antiphase Design for Balanced Oscillators
X. Liu, Z. Sheng, C.L. Law, C. Qian and Z. Sun, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
-Full Wave Electromagnetic Analysis and Model Order Reduction for Complex Three Dimensional Structures
I. Balk and Y. He, IntelliSense Corporation, USA
-Table-Based Numerical Macromodeling for MEMS Devices
J. Wu and L.R. Carley, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
-Scalable Macromodels for Microelectromechanical Systems
V. Srinivasan, A. Jog and R.B. Fair, Duke University, USA
 
17:00 Numerics, Algorithms
Commodore A B & C
-Using Scalar Algebraic Multigrid Solvers for Efficient 3-D Stress Analysis of Microfabricated Structures
S. Mijalkovic, Delft University of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS
-Using Pseudo Transient Continuation and the Finite Element Method to Solve the Nonlinear Poisson-Boltzmann Equation
A.I. Shestakov, J.L. Milovich and A. Noy, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
 
17:00 Optimization
Commodore A B & C
-Simulation and Optimum Design of Finline/Slotted Line Millimeter Wave Antenna
J.S. Fu, C.L. Ng, Y. Kwang, E.K. Sia and S.H. Tan, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
-Structural Design of Micro Electrostatic Actuator for Optical Memory Using Design Windows Searching Method
D. Ishihara, M.J. Jeong, S. Yoshimura, G. Yagawa and Y.J. Kim, University of Tokyo, JAPAN
-Microsystem Model Evaluation Using Optimization Strategies
D. Peters and R. Laur, University of Bremen, GERMANY
-A New 3D Analytical Design Model of an Electrostatic Micromotor Using Multi-objective Approach
A.W.A. Salman, A. Napieralski, S. Wiak, P. Di Barba and A. Savini, Technical University of Lodz, POLAND
-Statistical Optimal Design of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS)
H. Ren, A. Jog and R.B Fair, Duke University, USA
-A Method for Determining the Dependence of Integrated Circuit Performance on Silicon Process, Device and Circuit Parameters
L.B. Sipahi, B.A. Myers and T.J. Sanders, Intersil Corporation, USA
 
17:00 Process Modeling
Commodore A B & C
-Layout Verification and Correction of CMOS-MEMS Layouts
B. Baidya, K. He and T. Mukherjee, Carnegie Mellon , USA
-Diffusion Induced Stresses in Microstructures of MEMS
F. Yang, University of Rochester, USA
-Simulation of double-sided Orientation Dependent Etching Steps
R. Liske and D. Zielke, GEMAC mbH, GERMANY
-A Framework for Mask-Layout Synthesis Implementing a Level Set Method Simulator
C-Y. Lee and E.K. Antonsson, California Institute of Technology, USA
-Bonding Pad Resistance. A Combined Approach
G. Bouche, R. Gonella and E. Sabouret, Technology Modeling STMicroelectronics, FRANCE
-Time Series Modelling of Surface Topography Generated by Ultrasonic Machining Process
V.S.R. Murti, B. Naga Prasada Rao and M. Krishna Reddy, Osmania University, INDIA
 
17:00 System Level Modeling
Commodore A B & C
-Challenges in CMOS-MEMS Extraction
B. Baidya and T. Mukherjee, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
-Efficient Simulation of MEMS Using Element Stamps
G. Casinovi, Georgia Institute of Technology,
-The Coupled-Domain System Simulation/Simulatability Problem
J. Jopling, D. Rose and R.B. Fair, Duke University, USA
 
17:00 Semiconductors: Device and Circuit Simulation
Commodore A B & C
-Using ≥Adaptive Resurf≤ Technique and Field Plate Working to Improve the Safe Operating Area of n-type Drain Extended MOS Transistors
B. Bakeroot, P. Moens , M. Vermandel and J. Doutreloigne, University of Gent, BELGIUM
-Broadband Millimeter Wave Finline Antenna Simulation and Performance
J.S. Fu, C.L. Ng, Y. Kwang, E.K. Sia and C. Lu, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
-Three-Dimensional Simulation of AlxGa1-xAs/GaAs Gradual Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor
A.J. GarcÌa-Loureiro, T.F. Pena, J.M. Lopez-Gonz·lez and Ll. Prat ViÒas, Univ. Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN
-Simulation of Recess-Structure Dependence of Gate-Lag Phenomena in GaAs MESFETs
K. Horio, Y. Mitani and A. Wakabayashi, Shibaura Institute of Technology, JAPAN
-Determination of Low-Frequency Noise Spectrum in Ion-sensitive Field Effect Transistors (ISFET's) Based on a Physical Model for Drift
S. Jamasb, S.D. Collins and R.L. Smith, Conexant Systems, USA
-TCAD Modeling using a Neural Network Based Approach
R. Matei, G. Dima and M.D. Profirescu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, ROMANIA
-Nonequilibrium Processes in Thermoelectric Nanostructures
P.P.F. Radkowski III and T.D. Sands, University of California, USA
-Modeling of Antipodal/BCSSS Transition for Millimeter Wave Finline High Q Local Injected Mixer
E.K. Sia, J.S. Fu, C. Lu and S.H. Tan, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
-Investigation of the Mechanism of Floating Node Assisted CMOS Latch-Up
S-P. Sim, P. Guo, A. Kordesch, W.F. Chen, C-M. Liu, C.Y. Yang and K. Lee, Santa Clara University, USA
-Noise Modelling of Microwave Bipolar Transistors
F. Patti, V. Miceli and B. Spagnolo, Universit‡ di Palermo,, ITALY
-A New Approach for the Extraction of Threshold Voltage for MOSFETπs
J.S. Wong, J.G. Ma, K.S. Yeo and M.A. Do, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
-Parallel Dynamic Load Balancing for Semiconductor Device Simulations on a Linux Cluster
Y. Li, S-S. Lin, S-M. Yu, J-L. Liu, T-S. Chao and S.M. Sze, National Chiao Tung University,, TAIWAN ROC
-Simulation of HgCdTe Double Layer Heterojunction Detector Devices
G.T. Hess, T.J. Sanders, G. Newsome and T. Fischer, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
-A Comparative Study of Double-Gate and Surrounding-Gate MOSFETs in Strong Inversion and Accumulation Using an Analytical Model
Y. Chen and J. Luo, University of California Berkeley, USA
 
17:00 Software Tools, CAD Systems
Commodore A B & C
-Coupled Multiphysics and Chemistry Simulations of PCR Microreactors with Active Control
M.M. Athavale, Z.J. Chen, M. Furmanczyk and A.J. Przekwas, CFD Research Corp, USA
-System Model for a Novel No Moving Parts Diffuser Valve Based Diaphragm Actuated Micro Pump
D. Banerjee, K. Yano and S.F. Bart, Coventor, USA
-Coupled System-Level and Physical-Level Simulation
M. Furmanczyk, M. Turowski, E. Yu and A. Przekwas, CFD Research Corporation, USA
-A Data Model for the Representation of Fabrication Dependencies Concerning Micromechanical Devices
U. Hansen and S. B¸ttgenbach, Technical University of Braunschweig, GERMANY
-Convergence and Speed Issues in Analog HDL Model Formulation for MEMS
S. Iyer, Q. Jing, G.K. Fedder and T. Mukherjee, ECE Department, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
-A 3D Geometry Modeler for the SUMMiT V MEMS Designer
C.R. Jorgensen and V.R. Yarberry, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
-Fail Pattern Classification and Analysis System of Memory Fail Bit Maps
K. Nakamae, A. Itoh and H. Fujioka, Osaka University, JAPAN
-Modeling of Electromagnetic Fields in High Speed Electronic Interconnects Using a Least Squares FD-TD Algorithm
R.W. Tramel, M. Turowski, A. Przekwas, J. Schultz and R.G. Frey, CFD Research Corp., USA
-A 2D Visualization Tool for SUMMiT V Designs
V.R. Yarberry and C.R. Jorgensen, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
-RESCUER ≠ the New and Effective Tool for Automatic Models Reduction ≠ Application for Electro-Thermal Problems
A. Napieralski, M. Zubert and M. Napieralska, Technical University of LÛdz Al, POLAND
 
17:00 Poster Session (C) MSM&ICCN
Commodore A B & C
 
17:00 Quantum Effects, Quantum Devices and Spintronics
Commodore A B & C
-The Quantum-Point-Contact Spin Filter
M.J. Gilbert and J.P. Bird , Arizona State University, USA
-Time-Dependent Simulation of Quantum Switches
D.O. Odero, State University of New York, USA
 
17:00 Computational Biology
Commodore A B & C
-Structure Based Design of Protein Ligands: A Study of Antibody-like Scaffolds Targeted Against the Anthrax Toxin
P. Shiflett, E. Hong-Geller, D. Allen, S. Lauer, N. Lehnert, J. Nolan, B. Lehnert and G. Gupta, Los Alamos National Laboratories, USA
 
17:00 Computational Materials
Commodore A B & C
-Synthesis, Charaterization and High Pressure Studies on NdxBa1-xSrCaCu3O6+
N.Victor Jaya and V. Saravanan, Anna University, INDIA.
-Modeling Stress Effects on Magnetostrictive Films
S.J. Lee, B. Zhu, C.C.H. Lo, J.E. Snyder and D.C. Jiles, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, , USA
-Modeling Mechanical Properties of Resins Prepared by Sol-Gel Chemistry
S. Grigoras, Dow Corning Co., USA
-A General Theory of Micropolar Thermoplasticity
J.D. Lee and Y. Chen, The George Washington University, USA
-Investigations on the Reliability of FEA Calculations on the Microscopic Scale
A. Frˆhlich, S. Weyer, D. Metz, O. M¸ller, A. Br¸ckner-Foit and A. Albers, University of Karlsruhe, GERMANY
-Mechanism-based Finite Element Modeling and Analysis of Dissipation in Microresonators
D.N. Pawaskar and R. Phillips, Brown University, USA
-Nonlinear Polarization and Interparticle Force of ER Fluids in AC Applied Fields
J.T.K. Wan, G. Gu and K.W. Yu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,, CHINA
-Structures of Micro Films of TiN by Ab-initio Calculation: Implication to X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure (XANES)
Y.M. Yiu, Y.F. Hu and T.K. Sham, University of Western Ontario, CANADA
-A New Approach for the Description of Rate Dependent Hysteresis in Magnetic Materials
R. Gollee and G. Gerlach, Dresden University of Technology, GERMANY
-Molecular Dynamics Simulations to Understand Collision Cascades in Molecular Solids
S. Nealey, K.D. Krantzman and B.J. Garrison, College of Charleston, USA
-LSD Calculations of the Self-trapped Exciton in Crystalline NaClV
V. Perebeinos and P.B. Allen and M. Weinert, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
-Ab Initio and Improved Empirical Potentials for the Calculation of the Anharmonic Vibrational States and Intramolecular Mode Coupling of N-methylacetamide
S.K. Gregurick, G.M. Chaban and R.B. Gerber, University of Maryland, USA
-Aspects of Electrical Transport into Carbon Nanotubes
A. Rochefort, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, CANADA
-(GPDD)n Polymers and Control of Biomembranous Exterior Layer
L.L. Matz, Matz & Associates, USA
 
17:30 Tutorial: Simulation Techniques for Micromachined Devices
Promenade 8
Session chair: Jacob White, MIT
 
19:00 Banquet Dinner
Shore House
 
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