Parameter dependence of high-frequency nonlinear oscillations and intrinsic chaos in short GaAs/(Al, Ga)As superlattices.

@article{Essen2018ParameterDO,
  title={Parameter dependence of high-frequency nonlinear oscillations and intrinsic chaos in short GaAs/(Al, Ga)As superlattices.},
  author={Jonathan Essen and Miguel Ruiz-Garc{\'i}a and Ian C. Jenkins and Manuel Carretero and Luis L. Bonilla and Bj{\"o}rn Birnir},
  journal={Chaos},
  year={2018},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={
          043107
        }
}
We explore the design parameter space of short (5-25 period), n-doped, Ga/(Al,Ga)As semiconductor superlattices (SSLs) in the sequential resonant tunneling regime. We consider SSLs at cool (77 K) and warm (295 K) temperatures, simulating the electronic response to variations in (a) the number of SSL periods, (b) the contact conductivity, and (c) the strength of disorder (aperiodicities). Our analysis shows that the chaotic dynamical phases exist on a number of sub-manifolds of codimension zero… Expand
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