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Professor Karol Kalna

Professor, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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Engineering East
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Pioneered the introduction of III-V MOSFETs for digital applications.
Developed parallel 3D finite element Schrödinger Equation quantum corrected drift-diffusion and Monte Carlo simulation toolboxes.
Studying the performance of nanoscale multi-gate transistors for future technology nodes (sub-10 nm technology nodes).
Simulating nanoscale transistor variability induced by materials and fabrication process using the 3D Monte Carlo and drift-diffusion toolboxes.
I coordinated simulation activities in the project "III-V MOSFETs for Ultimate CMOS" and in EU FP7 No. 1 STREP grant DUALLOGIC investigating nanoscale III-V MOSFETs.
I have more than 270 publications including 108 papers in journals like Nano Letters, IEEE T-ED, IEEE TNano, IEEE EDL, IEEE Access, IEEE J-EDS, and IEEE Microwave Theory Tech.; J. Appl. Phys.; Appl. Phys. Lett.; Phys. Rev. B and E; ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, and Semicond. Sci. Technol, 20 invited talks.
I served on the programme committee of IEEE Nano 2009, 2011 ULIS 2010, IWCE 2015, and EDISON 2015 conferences, Programme Chair of IWCN 2017.
Jointly leading Nanoelectronic Devices Computational Group (NanoDeCo).

Areas Of Expertise

  • Simulation and modelling of semiconductor devices.

Career Highlights

Teaching Interests

Semiconductor Devices, Semiconductor Technology

Research Award Highlights

Professor Karol Kalna: Inaugural Lecture, 2019

Professor Karol Kalna's Inaugural Lecture