Agreement with experiments
Current-voltage (I-V) characteristics calculated for the 2D Si n-i-n double gated MOSFET, silicon p-n junction and carrier mobilities calculated for Si nanowire and bulk are in excellent agreement with both experiments and state-of-the-art perturbation theory calculations for EPC discussed in the paper . Thus, STD-Landauer is an appealing atomistic design tool for next-generation devices and nanomaterials.
Case study: Have a look at the case study calculating I-V characteristics and Projected Local Density of States (PLDOS) for a silicon p-n junction device with the STD-Landauer method which we prepared following this paper . You can use QuantumATK NanoLab graphical user interface to construct systems investigated in the paper , 2D Si n-i-n double gated MOSFET, silicon p-n junction, Si nanowire and bulk.
STD-Landauer method and another method for including EPC, MD-Landauer , were presented by Synopsys QuantumATK Group at the International Workshop on Computational Nanotechnology (http://iwcn2017.iopconfs.org/home)
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