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MSM 2000
MSM 2000
Technical Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Modeling and Simulation of Microsystems

Chapter 10:

Quantum Devices

-Modeling Artificial Molecules Composed of Coupled Quantum Dots
 R. Akis and D. Vasileska
 Arizona State University, US
-Self-Consistent Calculations of Spatial Electron Densities in Quantum Dots Using a Coupled Recursive Green's Function and Poisson Solver
 F. Badrieh and D.K. Ferry
 Arizona State University, US
-Ensemble Monte Carlo Simulation of Raman Scattering in an AlxGa1-xAs System to Determine the Relative Strength of the Polar Optical Modes
 L. Shifren and D.K. Ferry
 Arizona State University, US
-Electron Vortices in Semiconductor Devices
 K. Mohseni, A. Shakouri and R.J. Ram
 California Institute of Technology, US
-Hybrid CA/Monte Carlo Modeling of Charge Transport in Semiconductors
 M. Saraniti, S.M. Goodnick and S.J. Wigger
 Arizona State University, US
-Long-Range Coulomb Interactions in Small Silicon Devices: Transconductance and Mobility Degradation
 M.V. Fischetti and S.E. Laux
 IBM Research Division, US
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