Fluidic Nanoelectronics and Brownian Dyanmics
M.A. Lyshevski and S.E. Lyshevski
Microsystems and Nanotechnologies, US
fluidic nanoelectronics, Brownian dyanmics, molecular dynamics
The fundamentals of Brownian dynamics and it application are examined. In the development of mathematical model for Brownian particle motion, we integrate the asymmetric potential as well as consider stochastic electric, magnetic, hydrodynamic and thermal fields. All forces that affect the dynamics including forces that result due to electrochemomechanical interactions must be integrated in high-fidelity modeling. We enhance the thermal ratchet probability-based concept which considers only thermal and hydrodynamic fluctuations. Coherent equations of motion that describe a temporal-dynamic evolution are derived. In biosystems, Brownian particles (micromolecules, molecules, ions, etc.) perform energy transport, information processing, control and other functions guarantying functionality of living cells where electromagnetic and thermal fluctuations should be studied. The reported concept is demonstrated for multi-particle interactive dynamics in the synaptic cleft. The feasibility to accurately analyze three-dimensional Brownian dynamics without simplifications and assumptions is documented by performing heterogeneous simulation and data-intensive analysis. We document innovative design of novel multi-terminal molecular fluidic electronic modules and devices. Our approach advances neuronal signal processing theory with a direct application to envisioned three-dimensional nanobioelectronics and nanobiocomputing. In contrast to the conventional solid-state electronics, we propose an innovative Brownian-based fluidic nanoelectronics concept.
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