2 edition of Numerical analysis of semiconductor devices found in the catalog.
Numerical analysis of semiconductor devices
NASECODE Conference (1st 1979 Trinity College)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by B. T. Browne, J. J. H. Miller.|
|Contributions||Browne, B. T., Miller, John J. H.|
|LC Classifications||TK7871.85 .C618 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||80463033|
The accompanying CD-ROM features the fully-functioning SimGen simulation software for modeling semiconductor devices and book begins with an introduction to the essentials of physics and numerical analysis as they relate to semiconductor simulation. With a clear application focus, this book explores optoelectronic device design and modeling through physics models and systematic numerical analysis. By obtaining solutions directly from the physics-based governing equations through numerical techniques, the author shows how to develop new devices and how to enhance the performance of existing Author: Xun Li.
The present investigation is concerned with the numerical simulation of heterostructure semiconductor devices. A one-dimensional, finite-difference numerical implementation is described in order to illustrate the numerical techniques. Particular attention is given to the solution techniques employed when Fermi-Dirac statistics are modeled. His mathematical interests include power bounded matrices, the zeros of polynomials, numerical methods for modelling semiconductor devices, asymptotic and computational methods for problems exhibiting boundary and interior layers, data analysis of signals from neurons and, recently, the mathematical modelling and construction of oscillating water column devices for generating electric Manufacturer: Springer.
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Numerical Analysis for Semiconductor Devices. Proceedings of the NASECODE I Conference held at Trinity CollegeAuthor: B.T. Browne, J.J.H. Miller. The accompanying CD-ROM features the fully-functioning SimGen simulation software for modeling semiconductor devices and book begins with an introduction to the essentials of physics and numerical analysis as they relate to semiconductor simulation.
It introduces both electromagnetism and transport by: The book shows the basic quantum mechanical principles underlying the nanotechnology for semiconductors. It starts from the most basic physics of geometric and wave optics, quantum mechanics, solid-state physics and exemplifies the experimental data analysis using case studies with numerical codes.
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Numerical analysis of compound semiconductor RF devices. Abstract: A numerical method for analyzing heterostructure semiconductor devices is described. The macroscopic semiconductor equations for materials with position-dependent dielectric constant, bandgap, and densities-of-states are first cast into a form identical to that commonly used to model heavily doped semiconductors.
Fermi-Dirac statistics are also included within this simple, Cited by: A numerical method for analyzing heterostructure semiconductor devices is described. The macroscopic semiconductor equations for materials with position-dependent dielectric constant, bandgap, and densities-of-states are first cast into a form identical to that commonly used to model heavily doped semiconductors.
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Semiconductor devices, the basic components of integrated circuits, are responsible for the rapid growth of the electronics industry over the past fifty years. Because there is a growing need for faster and more complex systems for the information age, existing semiconductor devices are constantly being studied for improvement, and new ones are.
Get this from a library. Numerical analysis for semiconductor devices. [Mamoru Kurata]. This textbook describes the basic physics of semiconductors, including the hierarchy of transport models, and connects the theory with the functioning of actual semiconductor devices.
Details are worked out carefully and derived from the basic physical concepts, while keeping the internal coherence of the analysis and explaining the different levels of : Springer International Publishing. introduction, semiconductor device physics, cour se or and numerical analysis course and to construct basic PN semiconductor devices which can be studied using standard numerical analysis : Hamid Fardi.
This paper describes the numerical techniques used to solve the coupled system of nonlinear partial differential equations which model semiconductor devices.
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In this book the static semiconductor device problem is presented and analysed from an applied mathematician's point of view. I shall derive the device equations - as obtained for the first time by Van Roosbroeck in - from physical principles, present a mathematical analysis, discuss their numerical solu tion by discretisation techniques.
Get this from a library. An Introduction to the numerical analysis of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits: lecture notes of a short course held at Trinity College, Dublin, from 15th to 16th June in association with the NASECODE II Conference.
[J J H Miller;]. This book provides one of the most rigorous treatments of compound semiconductor device physics yet published. A complete understanding of modern devices requires a working knowledge of low-dimensional physics, the use of statistical methods, and the use of one- two- and three-dimensional analytical and numerical analysis techniques.
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Simulation of the electrical properties of semiconductor devices is investigated. Numerical techniques are developed to obtain the solution of Poisson's equation and the continuity of current equation for the potential and the charge distribution interior to arbitrarily shaped devices.
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