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Nanotech 2002 Technical Program - Wednesday April 24

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9:00 Keynote Grand Ballroom I - III
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, USA
9:00 The Inverse Band Structure Approach: Given the desired electronic property, find the atomic configuration (invited)
A. Zunger, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA
 
8:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling - 4 San Cristobal
 Session chair: Narain Arora, Simplex Solutions, USA
8:30 A Unified Process-Based Compact Model for Scaled PD/SOI and Bulk-Si MOSFETs (invited)
J.G. Fossum, University of Florida, USA
9:00 Measurements and Modeling of Mobility in Ultra-Thin SOI (invited)
M. Mastrapasqua, D. Esseni and C. Fiegna, Agere Systems, USA
9:30 RF MOSFET Noise Parameter Extraction and Modeling (invited)
M. Jamal Deen and C-H Chen, McMaster University, Canada
 
Break (10:00-10:30) Grand Ballroom IV
 
10:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling - 5 San Cristobal
 Session chair: Christian Enz, CSEM SA, Swizerland
10:30 CMOS RF Modeling and Parameter Extraction Approaches Taking Charge Conservation into Account (invited)
M. Je, I. Kwon, J. Han, H. Shin and K. Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
11:00 Automatic Generation of RF Compact Models from Device Simulation - Part I: Motivation and methodology (invited)
S. Luryi, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
11:30 Automatic Generation of RF Compact Models from Device Simulation - Part II: Implementation and applications (invited)
A. Pacelli, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
 
10:30 Fundamentals in Microsystems San Jeronimo
 Session chair: Wenjing Ye and John Pelesko, Georgia Inst. of Tech., USA
10:30 Magnetohydrodynamic Micromixing (invited)
J.P. Gleeson and J. West, University College Cork, Ireland
10:50 A Study of the Behaviour of Magnetic Microactuators (invited)
M. Flynn and J.P. Gleeson, University College Cork, Ireland
11:10 Modeling Sub-Continuum Effects on the Mechanical Properties of Ultrathin Macromolecular Layers (invited)
W.P. King and K.E. Goodson, Stanford University, USA
11:30 Capillary Interaction Between a Small Thin Solid Plate and a Liquid (invited)
M. Taher and T. Saif, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
11:50 Modeling a Growth Instability in Stressed and Ion-Implanted Doped Silicon (invited)
A-V Phan, T. Kaplan, L.J. Gray, W. Barvosa-Carter and M.J. Aziz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
 
10:30 Computer Aided Drug Design - 1 Grand Ballroom I
 Session chair: Kurt Krause, University of Houston, USA
10:30 Kinases and Drug Design
D. Bussiere, Chiron Corp., USA
11:05 Docking and Drug Discovery
J. Irwin, D.M. Lorber, S.L. McGovern, B. Wei and B.K. Shoichet, Northwestern University, USA
11:40 Rational Target Selection based on in Vivo Host-pathogen Interactions?
J. Musser, National Institutes of Health, USA
 
10:30 Nanoscale Modeling of Front-End Processing in Silicon Ocean Park
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, USA
10:30 Spatially Resolved Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy, a Tool to Verify Electronic Structure Calculations in Nanostructured Materials (invited)
G. Duscher, J. Plitzko, C. Kisielowski, R. Buzko, S.J. Pennycook and S.T. Pantelides, North Carolina State University, USA
11:00 Nanoworld Semiconductor Industry - State and Future Challenges of Technology Computer Aided Design (invited)
H. Puchner, Cypress Semiconductor, USA
11:30 Introducing Monte Carlo Diffusion Simulation into TCAD tools (invited)
N. Strecker, V. Moroz and M. Jaraiz, Avant!, USA
12:00 Diffusion Mechanisms and Capture Radii in Silicon (invited)
K. Beardmore, W. Windl, B.P. Haley and N. Gronbech-Jensen, Motorola, USA
12:30 Structural and Electronic Properties of Quantum Dot Surfaces (invited)
G. Galli, A Puzder, A.J. Willilamson, J.C. Grossman and L. Pizzagalli, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
 
12:00 Lunch (on-own), Poster Setup (BR-234) On own
 
14:00 Workshop on Compact Modeling - 6 San Cristobal
 Session chair: Jamal Deen, McMaster University, Canada
14:00 Xsim: A Compact Model for Bridging Technology Developers and Circuit Designers (invited)
X. Zhou, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
14:30 Unified Statistical Modeling for Circuit Simulation (invited)
C. McAndrew and P.G. Drennen, Motorola, USA
15:00 The Role of TCAD in Compact Modeling (invited)
M. Duane, Applied Materials, USA
 
14:00 Circuit Simulation San Jeronimo
 Session chair: Bernard Courtois
14:00 Compact Thermal Model for Transient Temperature Fields in Electronic Systems
Y.C. Gerstenmaier and G. Wachutka, Munich University of Technology, Germany
14:20 An Algorithm for the Inclusion of RC Compact Models of Packages into Board Level Thermal Simulation Tools
M. Rencz, V. Székely and B. Courtois, TIMA-CMP, France
14:40 Physics-Based and Compact Models for Self-Heating in High-Speed Bipolar Integrated Circuits
A. Pacelli, P. Palestri and M. Mastrapasqua, State University of New York-Stony Brook, USA
15:00 Extraction of Coupled RLC Network from Multi-level Interconnects for Full Chip Simulation
S. Yoon and T. Won, Inha University, Korea
 
14:00 Optimization, Co-Simulation Atlantic View I & II
 Session chair: Tamal Mukherjee, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
14:00 Optimization of a Micro Actuator Plate Using an Evolutionary Algorithm and Simulation Based on Discrete Element Methods
A. Quinte, W. Jakob, K-P Scherer and H. Eggert, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
14:20 Capillary Forces in Micro-Fluidic Self-Assembly
A. Greiner, J. Lienemann, J.G. Korvink, X. Xiong, Y. Hanein and K.F. Böhringer, IMTEK, Albert Ludwig University, Germany
14:40 Actuation for Probe-Based Mass Data Storage
J.F. Alfaro and G.K. Fedder, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
15:00 An Efficient Numerical Algorithm for Extracting Pull-In Hyper-Surfaces of Electrostatic Actuators with Multiple Uncoupled Electrodes
D. Elata, O. Bochobza-Degani and Y. Nemirovsky, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Isreal
 
14:00 Computer Aided Drug Design - 2 Grand Ballroom I
 Session chair: Kurt Krause, University of Houston, USA
14:00 Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging of Chemical Microarrays used for Drug Discovery
H. Ottleben, Graffinity Pharmaceuticals AG, Germany
14:35 TB Structure-Based Drug Discovery: Targeting persistent infection
J. Sacchetini, Texas A&M University, USA
15:45 Designing Racemase Inhibitors as Antibiotic Candidates
K. Krause, University of Houston/ Baylor Med., USA
 
15:20 Break Grand Ballroom IV
 
15:40 Workshop on Compact Modeling - 7 San Cristobal
 Session chair: Dirk Klaassen, Philips Research Laboratories, The Netherlands
15:40 Interconnect Modeling for High Speed Digital Circuits - the Role of RLC Coupling (invited)
R. Suaya, Mentor Graphics, France
16:10 How to Build an SOI MOSFET Compact Model without Violating the Laws of Physics (invited)
J. Watts, IBM Microelectronics, USA
16:40 Methodology for Model Generation with Accuracy from DC to RF (invited)
X. Zhang, M. Williams and Z. Liu, Celestry Design Technologies, USA
17:10 Simulation Study of Non-Quasi Static Behaviour of MOS Transistors
D.V. Kumar, R.A. Thakker, M.B. Patil and V.R. Rao, Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, India
17:30 New Compact Model for Generation Drain Current Transients in Weak and Moderate Inversions of Submicron Floating-Body PD SOI MOSFETs
A.M. Ionescu and D. Munteanu, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland
 
16:00 POSTER SESSION (A) - MSM Grand Ballrom III & IV
 
16:00 MEMS Applications Grand Ballrom III & IV
- Development and Performance of a PVM Based Parallel Geometric Modeler for MEMS
C. Jorgensen, D. Melander, R. Schmidt and S. Plimpton, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
- Thermal Stability Evaluation of MEMS Microactuator for Hard Disk Drive
M. Jianqiang, C. Shixin, L. Yi, L. Boon Buan, Data Storage Institute, Singapore
- Simulation and Realization of Free Space Optical Switch Architecture Based on MEMS Vertical Mirrors
W.J. Wang and R.M. Lin, Nanyang Technological, Singapore
- Snap-Through Bilayer Microbeam
A. Cabal and D.S. Ross, Eastman Kodak Company, USA
- Analysis of the Nonlinear Behavior of a MEMS Variable Capacitor
M. Innocent, P. Wambacq, S. Donnay, H. Tilmans, M. Engels, H. DeMan and W. Sansen, IMEC, Belgium
- Comparative Studies of Novel Capacitive Transducers with Non-Planar Diaphragms
J. Chen, L. Liu and Z. Li, Tsinghua University, China
- Flow Cell Detection with an Optical Fiber
E. Kim, W. Kim, S-G Lee and S. Park, Kyungpook National University, Korea
- Design of the Two-Movable Plates Type MEMS Voltage Tunable Capacitor
Y. Kim, S-G Lee and S. Park, Kyungpook National University, Korea
- Simulation and Measurement of Dielectric Charging in Electrostatically Actuated Capacitive Microwave Switches
J.R. Reid, US Air Force Research Laboratory, AFRL/SNHA, USA
- Prediction Model of Microlens Fabricated by Modified LIGA Process
D.S. Kim, S-K Lee, S.S. Yang, T.H. Kwon and S.S. Lee, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
- Simulation of Electrical Field Induced Particle Transfer
R. Hoffmann and G. Wachutka, Océ Printing Systems, Germany
- Modeling and Simulation of Silicon Microsystem of Chemical Signals
M. Daniel, M. Szermer, K. Slusarczyk and A. Napieralski, Technical University of Lodz, Poland
- Polysilicon Prototypes for Flip-bonded Hybrid MEM-tunable Filters and VCSELs
E.M. Ochoa, L.A. Starman_Jr., W.D. Cowan, T.R. Nelson_Jr., O. Blum Spahn and J.A. Lott, Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
- Simulation and Validation of Bulk Micromachined 6H-SiC High-g Piezoresistive Accelerometer
A.R. Atwell, R.S. Okojie, K.T. Kornegay, S. Roberson and A. Beliveau, Cornell University, USA
- Implementation of a Nonlinear Control Law for the Magnetostrictive Beam Vibrations by an Amplifier of Current to Current
G.S. Bereksi, Center of Advanced European Studies And Research, Germany
- Simulation Based Design of O2 MEMS Sensor
Z. Andjelic, P. Krippner and A. Vogel, ABB Corporate Research Center, Germany
- Nonlinear Micromachined Flexure for Stiction Reduction
D-H Shim and J-W Cho, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea
- Analytical Pull-in Study on Non-Deformable Electrostatic Micro Actuators
J. Zhe, X. Wu, J. Cheng, J. Wang, K. R. Farmer, L. Frechette and V. Modi, Columbia University, USA
- Structural Analysis of a Magnetically Actuated Silicon Nitride Micro-Shutter for Space Applications
J.P. Loughlin, R.K. Fettig, S.H. Moseley, A.S. Kutyrev and D.B. Mott, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
- Concept of an Intelligent Microsystem Structure for Communication with Real Surrounding Space
M. Husak and J. Jakovenko, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
- Analytical and FEM Simulation Pull-in Study on Deformable Electrostatic Micro Actuators
J. Cheng, J. Zhe, X. Wu, K.R. Farmer, V. Modi and L. Frechette, Columbia University, USA
- Modeling of a Self-Retracting Fully-Compliant Bistable Micromechanism
N. Masters and L.L. Howell, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
- Simulation and Modeling of a Micro Pressure Sensor Array
J. Jin and Z. Zhou, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
 
16:00 Characterization, Parameter Extraction Grand Ballrom III & IV
- RF Measurement Techniques for Micro-Cantilever Characterization and Application
C-H Wang and R.J. Weber, Iowa State University, USA
- Residual Stress Characterization in MEMS Microbridges using Micro-Raman Spectroscopy
L.A. Starman_Jr., E.M. Ochoa, J.A. Lott, M.S. Amer, W.D. Cowan and J.D. Busbee, Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
 
16:00 Nano and Micro Fluidic Systems Grand Ballrom III & IV
- Viscous Dissipation Effects For Liquid Flow In Microchannels
B. Xu, K.T. Ooi, C. Mavriplis and M.E. Zaghloul, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- End Effects of Rare Gas Flow in Short Channels and in Squeezed-Film Dampers
T. Veijola, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
- Transient Filling Flow into Microchannels Considering Surface Tension
D.S. Kim, K-C Lee, T.H. Kwon and S.S. Lee, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
- Modelling Free Jet Ejection on a System Level – An approach for microfluidics
P. Koltay, C. Moosmann, C. Litterst, W. Streule, B. Birkenmeier and R. Zengerle, University of Freiburg, Germany
- Numerical Simulation of Droplet Shapes on Rough Surfaces
N.A. Patankar and Y. Chen, Northwestern University, USA
 
16:00 Magnetics, Inductance and Signal Integrity Grand Ballrom III & IV
- Analysis of Electromagnetic Field Problem Using Iterative Coupled FEM-BEM
J-Y Ahn, M-S Kim, K-C Kwon, J-H Cho, S-Y Jang and S-K Youn, KAIST, Korea
- The Microstructure and Computed Magnetic Properties of Nanoscaled Permanent Magnets
J.X. Zhang, T.J. Zhang and K. Cui, Key State Laboratory of Die Technology, HUST, China
- Magnetic Properties over Several Length Scales: Micro-magnetic Modeling and Effective Medium Theory
A.W. Harter, G. Mohler, R. Moore and J. Schultz, Georgia Tech Research Institute, USA
- Development of a MEMS Vertical Planar Coil Inductor
J. Chen, J. Zou, C. Liu and S-M Kang, Agere Systems, USA
 
16:00 Numerics Grand Ballrom III & IV
- Triangle Transducer for Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Simulation in ANSYS Finite Element Program
M. Gyimesi, D. Ostergaard and I. Avdeev, ANSYS, Inc., USA
- Uncertainty Quantification in a Reacting Electrochemical Microchannel Flow Model
B. Debusschere, H. Najm, A. Matta, T. Shu, O. Knio, R. Ghanem and O. Le Maitre, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
- Computational Modeling of Fluidic Micro-Handling Processes
R. Mittal, V. Seshadri, S. Sarma and H.S. Udaykumar, The George Washington University, USA
- Mixing and Impulse Extremization in Microscale Vortex Formation
K. Mohseni, University of Colorado, USA
- Analysis of Phonon Dispersion Relations From Atomic Model to Continuum Theory
Y. Chen and J.D. Lee, The George Washington University, USA
- 3D Biconjugate Gradient-Multi Grid Coupling Schemes for Field Equations in Semiconductor Device Simulation
J. Ayubi-Moak, S. Wigger, S. Goodnick and M. Saraniti, Arizona State University, USA
- Efficient Full-Wave Modeling of Electromagnetic Field Propagation Through Micro-Optical Link
Z. Sikorski, M. Turowski and A. Przekwas, CFD Research Corporation, USA
- A Novel Scheme of Mesh Generation from an Arbitrary Topography for MEMS Analysis
O-S Kwon, S-H Yoon, S-I Yoon, T-S Ha, I-T Yoon and T-Y Won, Inha University, Korea
 
16:00 Optimization, Co-Simulation Grand Ballrom III & IV
- Thermal and Load-Deflection FE Analyses of Parylene Diaphragms
W. Sim, B. Kim, B. Choi and J-O Park, Intelligent Microsystem Center, Korea
- Multi-Physics Design Synthesis for Optimal/Robust Performance -- Applications to Micromirror MOEMS
M.J. Saran, P.J. Saitta, M. Turowski and A. Przekwas, Optimal Engineering Solutions, Inc., USA
- Optimal Design of a MEMS Relay Switch
M.P. Brenner, J. Lang, J. Li, J. Qiu and A. Slocum, Harvard University, USA
 
16:00 System Level Modeling of MEMS Grand Ballrom III & IV
- Integrated Hierarchical Design of Microelectrofluidic Systems using SystemC
T. Zhang, K. Chakrabarty and R.B. Fair, Cadence Design Systems, Inc., USA
- Nonlinear Analytical Reduced-Order Models for MEMS
E.R. Westby and T.A. Fjeldly, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
- Noise Considerations for Closed Loop Digital Accelerometers
E. Gaura and M. Kraft, Coventry University, United Kingdom
- Coupled-Energy-Domain Macromodeling of MEMS Devices
G. Casinovi, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
- Micromechanical Pierce Oscillator for Resonant Sensing Applications
A.A. Seshia, W. Low, S.A. Bhave, R.T. Howe and S. Montague, University of California, USA
- Static Equivalent Circuit Model for a Capacitive MEMS RF Switch
T. Tinttunen, T. Veijola, H. Nieminen, V. Ermolov and T. Ryhanen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
- Simulation of a Micro Dispenser Using Lumped Models
P. Koltay, C. Moosmann, C. Litterst, W. Streule and R. Zengerle, University of Freiburg, Germany
- Scaling Behavior of Pressure-Driven Micro-Hydraulic Systems
N.R. Tas, T.S.J. Lammerink, J.W. Berenschot, M. Elwenspoek and A. van den Berg, University of Twente, The Netherlands
- Macromodel Extraction of Gas Damping Effects for Perforated Surfaces with Arbitrarily-Shaped Geometries
Y-J Yang and C-J Yu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
- Dispersion Modeling in Microfluidic Channels for System-level Optimization
B. Baidya, J.F. Hoburg and T. Mukherjee, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Simulation of Manufacturing Variations in a Z-axis CMOS-MEMS Gyroscope
S. Iyer and T. Mukherjee, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Time-Domain Reduced-Order Models of Lateral Viscous Damping Effects for 3-D Geometries
P-C Yen and Y-J Yang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 
17:20 POSTER SESSION (B) - MSM/ICCN Grand Ballroom II & III
 
17:20 Computational Biology and Materials Grand Ballroom II & III
- Atomic-Level Description of Stress in Dense Polymeric Systems
R.C. Picu, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
- Enhanced Structure at the Interface Between the Polymer Matrix and Spherical Nanoparticles in Polymer Based Nanocomposites
R.C. Picu and M.S. Ozmusul, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
- New materials in nanoelectronics: Metalcontaining nano-particles into polymeric matrices: preparation, structure, properties
G.Yu. Yurkov, S.P. Gubin and M.S. Korobov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
- On the Best Performance of Interacting Agents
V. Korotkich, Central Queensland University, Australia
- Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Structure and Strength of Si/Al Interface
Y. Umeno and T. Kitamura, Kyoto University, Japan
- Phase transition induced hydrodynamic instability
K-K Loh, A. Saxena, T. Lookman and A. Parikh, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
- Energy-Band Structure of Strained Indirect Gap Semiconductor: A k . p Method
N. Cavassilas, F. Aniel and G. Fishman, CNRS, France
- Ab Initio Simulation on Ideal Shear Strength of Silicon
Y. Umeno and T. Kitamura, Kyoto University, Japan
- Nano-scale Studies of Cyclic Damage Evolution at High Temperature
F.W. Brust, J. Oh and N. Katsube, Battelle Memorial Institute, USA
- Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Characteristics of Nano-sized Nickel Aluminide Dispersoids in Aluminum Matrix
M. Namkung, S. Paik and R.A. Wincheski, NASA Langley Research Center, USA
- Searching for a New Type of Surface Percolation on a 3D lattice
T. Tanizawa, H. Takano and S. Miyazima, Kochi National College of Technology, Japan
- Structuring Knowledge Project in Nanotechnology Materials Program – Construction of the Knowledge Infrastructure for Nano-materials and Devices
O. Kitao, Y. Yamaguchi, E. Watanabe, Y. Yano, H. Yasuda, M. Miyahara, T. Adschiri, T. Ogawa and H. Komiyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
- A Systematic Search for New Scintillators using Electronic Structure Calculations
M. Klintenberg, S.E Derenzo and M.J. Weber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
- Computer Simulation of Electron Energy States for Three-Dimensional InAs/GaAs Semiconductor Quantum Rings
Y. Li, O. Voskoboynikov and C.P. Lee, National Nano Device Laboratories - Taiwan, Taiwan
- High-Frequency Properties of Co/Cu Multilayers with Variable Interlayer Thickness
V.N. Derkach, S.V. Nedukh, A.G. Ravlik, I.G. Shipkova and S.I. Tarapov, Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
- Growth Kinetics of Gold Nanoparticles
L.E. Murillo, O. Viera, E. Vicuña, J.G. Briano, M.E. Castro, Y. Ishikawa, R. Irizarry and L. Solá, University of Puerto Rico, USA
- Real Time Kinetic Measurements of Silver Nanocluster Growth
L. Mercado, W. Castro, E. Vicuña, J.G. Briano, Y. Ishikawa, R. Irizarry, L. Solá and M.E. Castro, University of Puerto Rico, USA
- Density Functional Calculations as a Tool for the Characterization of Ultra Thin Organic Films: Synthesis and spectroscopic characterization of RDX monolayers on glass substrates
P. Torres, I. Cotte, N. Mina, S.P. Hernandez, R.T. Chamberlain, J. Garcia, R. Lareau and M.E. Castro, The University of Puerto Rico, USA
- Coupling between Nanoscale and Microscale Modeling for MicroFluidic Devices
J.W. Jenkins, S. Sundaram and V.B. Makhijani, CFD Research Corporation, USA
- Analysis of Phonon Dispersion Relations from Atom Model to Continuum Theory
Y. Chen and J.D. Lee, The George Washington University, USA
- Nanocrater Formation via Coulomb Explosion Initiated by Impingement of Highly Charged Xenon Ions with Silicon Surface
A.A. Valuev, M. Terasawa, T. Sekioka, Z. Insepov and I. Yamada, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
- X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structures at the L3,2 and M3,2 edges: A probe for the electronic behavior of metal nanostructures
Y.M. Yiu and T.K. Sham, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
- Molecular Dynamics Study on Deposition Behaviors of Au Nanocluster on Substrates of Different Orientation
S-C Lee, K-R Lee, K-H Lee, J-G Lee and N.M. Hwang, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
- Metastable Site in Amorphous Carbon Lattice Generated by Rapid Quenching of Liquid Diamond
S-H Lee, S-C Lee, K-R Lee, K-H Lee and J-G Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
- Computations of Nanotubes as Agents for Molecular Electronics: Narrow Nanotubes Related to C36, C32, C20, and C16
Z. Slanina and F. Uhlík, Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
- Finite Size Scaling in Quantum Mechanics
S. Kais, Purdue University, USA
- The Structures of Carbon Nanotubes in their Pristine and Oxidized Form: A quantum chemical model study
S. Irle and K. Morokuma, Emory University, USA
- Nanomolecular Gravitational Interactions Causing Incrased Probability of Birth Defects in Humans During Period from Conception to Early Fetus Formation
G.C. Vezzoli, The Franklin Institute of Technology, USA
 
17:20 Nanotechnology Grand Ballroom II & III
- Femtosecond Energy Concentration in Nanosystems Coherently Controlled by Excitation Phase Modulation
M.I. Stockman, S.V. Faleev and D.J. Bergman, Georgia State University, USA
- Simulation of Carbon Nanotube-based Nanoelectromechanical Switches
M. Dequesnes, S.V. Rotkin and N.R. Aluru, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
- Studies on a DNA Double Helicoidal Structure Immersed in Viscous Bio-Fluid
C.W. Lim and J-J Shu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- FE-Simulation of Fast Switching Behavior of Magnetic Nanoelements
J. Fidler, T. Schrefl, H. Forster, D. Suess and R. Dittrich, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
 
17:20 Process Modeling Grand Ballroom II & III
- Gas Flow Simulation in a PECVD Reactor
A.N.R. da Silva and N.I. Morimoto, LSI – EPUSP, Brazil
- Rule Based Validation of Processing Sequences
U. Hansen, C. Germer, S. Büttgenbach and H-J Franke, TU Braunschweig, Germany
- Process and Device Calibration for 31/51nm NMOS/PMOS Devices fabricated by Direct Write E-Beam
H. Puchner, N. Eib, J. Kimball, M. Mirabedini, J. Haywood and S. Aronowitz, Cypress Semiconductor, USA
- The Numerical Simulation of a Substractive Process for the Fabrication of 3-D Low Temperature Co-Fired Ceramics Packaging Structures and Devices: Jet Vapor Etching
I. Ramos, L. García, E.W. Simoes, R. Furlan, J.J. Santiago-Aviles and M.T. Pereira, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, USA
- Characterization of Ion Implantation in Si Using Infrared Spectroscopy with a Lock-In common-Mode-Rejection Demodulation
F. Rábag, A. Mandelis and A. Salnik, University of Toronto, Canada
 
17:20 Semiconductor Device Modeling Grand Ballroom II & III
- Two-Dimensional Simulation of Surface-State Effects on Breakdown Characteristics of Narrowly-Recessed-Gate GaAs MESFETs
Y. Mitani, A. Wakabayashi and K. Horio, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
- Modeling, Simulation and Comparative Analysis of RF Bipolar and MOS Low Noise Amplifiers for Determining Their Performance Dependence on Silicon Processing
L.B. Sipahi and T.J. Sanders, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
- An Investigation on Modeling and Statistical Simulation of Si-Ge Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for Characterizing Their Dependence on Germanium Content
L.B. Sipahi and T.J. Sanders, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
- A New Lateral Trench Sidewall Schottky (LTSS) Rectifier on SOI
Y. Singh and M.J. Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology, India
- Study of Electron Transport in SOI MOSFETs using Monte Carlo Technique with Full-Band Modeling
H. Takeda, N. Mori and C. Hamaguchi, Osaka University, Japan
- Capacitance-Voltage Characteristics of Metal-Oxide-Strained Semiconductor Si/SiGe Heterostructures
N. Cavassilas and J-L Autran, CNRS, France
- A Comprehensive Modeling of MOS Transistors in a 0.35um Technology for Analog and Digital Applications
A. Keshavarz, P. Khare and R. Sampson, STMicroelectronics, USA
 
17:20 Quantum Effects, Quantum Devices and Spintronics Grand Ballroom II & III
- Electronic Structure of Quantum Dots
C. Hines, S.A. McCarthy, J.B. Wang and P.C. Abbott, The University of Western Australia, Australia
- Modeling and Simulation of Single-Electron Multi Tunnel Junction Memory
C. Le Royer, G. Le Carval, M. Sanquer and D. Fraboulet, CEA-LET, France
- Modelling Coupled Motion of Electrons in Quantum Dots with Wetting Layers
R.V.N. Melnik and M. Willatzen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
- Principles of Electron Wave Computing using Quantum Resistor Networks
C.H. Wu, University of Missouri-Rolla, USA
- Electron Vorticity - Internal Energy Formulation of the Hydrodynamic Model of Electron Transport
K. Mohseni and A. Shakouri, University of Colorado, USA
- Quantum Effects in SOI Devices
S.S. Ahmed, R. Akis and D. Vasileska, Arizona State University, USA
- Residual Stress Modeling in Quantum Dots
B. Vlahovic, K. Wang, V. Suslov, S.L. Yakovlev, C. Otieno, A. Soldi and J. Dutta, North Carolina Central University, USA
- Computing Excitons in V-shaped Quantum Wires Including Band-Structure and Dielectric Effects : Binding energies and polarization anisotropy of the bright A1, B1, A2 excitons
M.A. Dupertuis, D.Y. Oberli and E. Kapon, Swiss Federal Intitute of Technology-EPFL, Switzerland
- Gain in a Semiconductor Waveguide Qubit
J. Harris, R. Akis and D.K. Ferry, Arizona State University, USA
- Binding Energy of an Exciton Bound to a Charged Impurity in Quantum Dots
W. Xie, Guangzhou University, China
 
17:20 Circuit Simulation Grand Ballroom II & III
- Simulation of Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor with Domain Decomposition Method
Y. Zhang and P.P. Ruden, Oklahoma State University, USA
- Compact Modeling of Tunneling Breakdown in PN Junctions for Computer-Aided ESD Design (CAD for ESD)
Y. Subramanian and R.B. Darling, University of Washington, USA
- Characterization of “Multipath Interconnects” for Microelectronic and Nanotechnology Circuits
A.K. Goel and N.R. Eady, Michigan Technological University, USA
- Novel Computing Architecture on Arrays of Josephson Persistent Current Bits
J. Han and P. Jonker, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
- The New Approach to the Power Semiconductor Devices Modelling
L. Starzak, M. Zubert and A. Napieralski, Technical University of Lodz, Poland
 
18:00 Break Grand Ballroom IV
 
18:00 Tutorial: Verilog-A Hardware Description Language (18:00-20:00) Atlantic View I & II
 Session chair: Ira Miller, Motorola, USA
 
20:00 Conference Banquet Patio
 
20:00 Seven Hundred and Twenty Nine, and the Next Decimal Patio
 Session chair: Andreas Wild, Motorola, Germany
 
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