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A realistic 40 nm InAs high electron mobility transistor is studied using a two-dimensional, full-band, and atom-istic Schrödinger-Poisson solver based on the sp 3 d 5 s * tight-binding model. Bandstructure non-parabolicity effects, strain, alloy disorder in the InGaAs and InAlAs barriers, as well as band-to-band tunneling in the transistor OFF-state are(More)
The Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) has developed a science gateway at nanoHUB.org for nanotechnology education and research. Remote users can browse through online seminars and courses, and launch sophisticated nanotechnology simulation tools, all within their web browser. Simulations are supported by a middleware that can route complex jobs(More)
— Scientific workflow managers are powerful tools for handling large computational tasks. Domain scientists find it difficult to create new workflows, so many tasks that could benefit from workflow automation are often avoided or done by hand. Two technologies have come together to bring the benefits of workflow to the masses. The Pegasus Workflow(More)
SUMMARY In this paper, we described the benefits and the challenges of integrating existing scientific workflow technologies into science gateways. Scientific workflow managers are powerful tools for handling large computational tasks. Domain scientists find it difficult to create new workflows, so many tasks that could benefit from workflow automation are(More)
Managing and growing a successful cyberinfrastructure such as nanoHUB.org presents a variety of opportunities and challenges, particularly in regard to software. This position paper details a number of those issues and how we have approached them.
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