OMEN an Atomistic and Full-Band Quantum Transport Simulator for post-CMOS Nanodevices

@article{Luisier2008OMENAA,
  title={OMEN an Atomistic and Full-Band Quantum Transport Simulator for post-CMOS Nanodevices},
  author={M. Luisier and Gerhard Klimeck},
  journal={2008 8th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology},
  year={2008},
  pages={354-357}
}
The technology computer aided design of nanometer-scaled semiconductor devices requires appropriate quantum-mechanical models that capture the atomic granularity of the simulation domain. The recently developed nanodevice simulator OMEN fulfills this condition. It is able to treat two- and three-dimensional transistor structures in a full-band framework using the semi-empirical sp3d5 s* tight-binding model. In this formalism each atom of the device is represented by a set of ten orbitals… CONTINUE READING

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