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QuantumWise
5 months ago
QuantumWise 5 months ago

Join us for a free webinar on the 23rd of May featuring a demonstration of simulating the phonon-limited electron mobility of materials at the atomic scale using the first-principle method.

You can register here

Consider the phonon-limited electron mobility of a variety of materials and further improve the electrical performance of devices. For example, compare experimental and calculated mobilities of materials and decide if further optimization of fabrication techniques and device designs for these materials could improve the device performance. 

Time: The webinar will be held twice on the 23rd of May:

  • 9 am CET (Central European time) - good time for participants from Europe, Asia, Australia & Africa 
  • 7 pm CET - good time for participants from Americas

Remember to click on the drop-down menu to choose the most convenient time for you.

The duration is 30 minutes (including a Q&A session).
Presented by: Tue Gunst, PhD - researcher at Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Nanotech

During this webinar, discover fast and accurate simulations of the phonon-limited electron mobility with QuantumATK (VNL-ATK) software:

-Learn the concepts behind the Boltzmann transport equation (BTE) solver for including electron-phonon scattering effects and thus simulating the phonon-limited electron mobility.
-Find out how to perform BTE simulations of the phonon-limited electron mobility, obtain its dependence on carrier density and temperature using our advanced Graphical User Interface, NanoLab, coupled with Python scripting.
-Discover how to obtain good understanding of electron transport in materials.
-Learn from the example calculations of phonon-limited electron mobility for graphene, other 2D materials and metals.

You are welcome to ask questions throughout the webinar or at the end during the Q&A session.

You can learn more about the BTE method in QuantumATK here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. For any questions about the webinar, please contact [email protected] .

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