Aditya Dayal

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This Paper elucidate the development of SOI-MOSFET using different gates like single, double, triple and gate all around structures. It is the Si MOSFET that is a fundamental device in the development of very high density Integrated Circuits. Thus SOI Technology is used for reducing the Parasitic Capacitances. Improvement in the electrostatic control by(More)
We investigate spatial distributions of specific dust components in the circumstellar shells of a proto-planetary nebula candidate, HD 179821, and a planetary nebula, BD+30◦3639, by means of spectral imaging. With high-resolution ground-based images and ISO spectra in the midinfrared, we can derive “dust feature only” maps by subtracting synthesized(More)
This Letter presents results from high angular resolution mid-IR imaging of the Mira AB circumbinary environment using the Mid-InfraRed Array Camera MIRAC3 at the NASA Infrared Telescope Facility. We resolved the dusty circumstellar envelope at 9.8, 11.7, and 18 mm around Mira A (o Ceti) and measured the size of the extended emission. Strong deviations from(More)
Most, if not all, stars are now believed to produce energetic outflows during their formation. Yet, almost 20 years after the discovery of bipolar outflows from young stars, the origins of this violent phenomenon are not well understood. One of the difficulties of probing the outflow process, particularly in the case of massive embedded stars, is a deficit(More)
In this paper, we present analytical compact modelling approaches for the simulation of nanoscale MOSFETs in which transport is dominated by ballistic high electron mobility transistors. A numerical method for the resolution of the two and three dimensional Poisson-Schrödinger equation is proposed and applied to the simulation of double gate(More)
We report sub-arcsecond imaging of extended mid-infrared emission from a protoplanetary nebula (PPN), IRAS 22272+5435, performed at the MMT observatory with its newly upgraded 6.5 m aperture telescope and at the Keck observatory. The midinfrared emission structure is resolved into two emission peaks separated by 0.5− 0.6 in the MMT 11.7 μm image and in the(More)
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