What we do...
The Nanoelectronic Devices Computational Group is lead jointly by Karol Kalna and Antonio Martinez. It conducts research within the area of Simulation and Modelling of Semiconductor Devices.
Our main objectives are to:
- Carry out advanced simulations and modelling of semiconductor devices
- Employ 2D real space semiclassical and quantum transport simulation techniques for microelectronics and nanoelectronics planar devices
- Employ and develop 3D real space classical, semiclassical and quantum transport simulation techniques for nanoelectronics planar and non-planar devices
- Offer prestigious postgraduate research opportunities through research at the cutting edge development of nanoelectronics
Our research interests include:
- Si and III-V FinFETs
- Si Nanowires
- Si and III-V MOSFETs including thin-body architectures
- GaN HEMTs
- Scanning probe microscopy modelling