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Webinar: QuantumATK T-2022.03 Release Highlights (No replies)

QuantumATK
4 months ago
QuantumATK 4 months ago

Join us for a free webinar on Mar 24, highlighting the new features and enhancements in the QuantumATK T-2022.03 software package for atomic-scale modeling of complex materials, interfaces, multilayer stacks, nanostructures, and nanoelectronics devices! The QuantumATK T-2022.03 version was released on Mar 7, 2022.

Register for the webinar here.

During this Synopsys webinar, discover, among other new features:

• Library of pre-trained Machine-Learned force fields (ML-FFs) and enhanced framework for developing new ML-FFs of ab initio accuracy for: 
      • Generation of realistic crystal & amorphous bulk materials, interfaces, and      multilayer stacks
      • Thermal transport
      • Thermal ALD/ALE surface process modeling 

• 2X faster accurate electronic property simulations of realistic 1000+ atom complex materials, interfaces and multilayer stacks (semi, insulator, metal) with hybrid DFT HSE06-DDH

• 10X more efficient electron-phonon coupling

• Improved inelastic transport in systems with strong electron-phonon coupling in bulk-like nanoelectronic devices

• Modeling of magnetization switching ability of different materials for MTJs in STT-MRAM devices by efficiently computing Spin Transfer Torque at finite bias

2D materials-based FET engineering using the new atomistic-TCAD workflow

• The new NanoLab GUI layout enabling to work efficiently with data intensive projects based on multiple simulations

And many more new features and performance improvements for industry-leading atomic-scale modeling of

  • Complex Semiconductor Materials, Interfaces and Gate Stacks
  • 1D and 2D-Material Based FETs
  • Novel Memories
  • Surface Processes
  • Battery Materials and Interfaces
  • Polymers

Learn more: https://www.synopsys.com/silicon/quantumatk/resources/release-notes.html

You are welcome to ask questions throughout the webinar or at the end during the Q&A session. Contact us for more information at [email protected]

Register for the webinar here.

 




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Ab initio (from electronic structure) calculation of complex processes in materials