Applied Mathematics and Simulation for Semiconductors

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Wednesday, March 11, 08:00 - 17:30, ESH
09:00–10:20   —  Chair: Alexander Mielke
09:00–09:40Klaus GärtnerDiscrete dissipative structures and semiconductor device equations
09:40–10:20Ansgar JüngelMatrix spin drift-diffusion models for semiconductors: Analysis and simulation
10:20–10:50Coffee Break
10:50–12:10   —  Chair: Ansgar Jüngel
10:50–11:30Claire Chainais-HillairetNumerical schemes for the drift-diffusion system: Study of the stability at the quasi-neutral limit
11:30–12:10Giles RichardsonModelling charge transport processes in perovskite solar cells
14:00–15:20   —  Chair: Bernd Witzigmann
14:00–14:20Hans WenzelSimulation of high-power semiconductor lasers at sub-zero temperatures
14:20–14:40Marita ThomasModeling of edge-emitting lasers based on tensile strained Germanium microstripes
14:40–15:00Clément JourdanaHybrid models for electron transport in carbon nanotube field-effect transistors
15:00–15:20Vittorio RomanoComparing kinetic, Monte Carlo and hydrodynamical models for electron transport in monolayer graphene
15:20–15:50Coffee Break
15:50–17:30   —  Chair: Yuh-Renn Wu
15:50–16:30Matthias Auf der MaurMultiscale approaches for the simulation of electronic devices
16:30–17:10René PinnauOptimal design of semiconductor devices
17:10–17:30Riccardo SaccoBio-polymer interfaces for optical cellular stimulation: A computational modeling approach
Thursday, March 12, 09:00 - 17:30, ESH
09:00–10:20   —  Chair: Klaus Gärtner
09:00–09:40William VandenbergheNumerical study of electronic transport in low-dimensionality materials for future FETs
09:40–10:20Eric PolizziComputational first-principle real-time spectroscopy with applications to nanoplasmonic in 1D carbon-based materials
10:20–10:50Coffee Break
10:50–12:10   —  Chair: Hans Wenzel
10:50–11:30Yuh-Renn WuMultidimensional numerical modeling on the influence of random alloy fluctuation in InGaN quantum well LED to the transport behavior
11:30–12:10Oliver MarquardtCarrier confining mechanisms in axial InxGa1-xN/GaN nanowire heterostructures
12:10–14:00Group Photo and Lunch
14:00–15:20   —  Chair: Eric Polizzi
14:00–14:20Stefan BirnerEfficient method for the calculation of dissipative quantum transport in quantum cascade laser
14:20–14:40Andrea MantileA linearised model of quantum transport in the asymptotic regime of quantum wells
14:40–15:00Vladimir KaganerMonte Carlo simulations of X-ray diffraction from dislocations in epitaxial films
15:00–15:20Orazio MuscatoHydrodynamic model for silicon carbide semiconductors including crystal heating
15:20–15:50Coffee Break
15:50–17:10   —  Chair: Karin Zojer
15:50–16:10Torsten SachseSemi-empirically enhanced TD-DFT spectra involving full vibrational progression for morphology characterization
16:10–16:30Felix KaschuraSimulation of organic permeable base transistor
16:30–16:50Axel FischerModeling electrothermal feedback in OLEDs by a 2D thermistor network comprising negative differential resistance
16:50–17:10Matthias LieroOn a PDE thermistor system for large-area OLEDs
Thursday, March 12, 18:30 - 21:00, Brauhaus Georgbräu
Friday, March 13, 09:00 - 15:30, ESH
09:00–10:20   —  Chair: Peter Bobbert
09:00–09:40Reinhard ScholzCT states in molecular blends: Interpretation of measured open circuit voltage and observed CT transitions with DFT-based calculations
09:40–10:20Alison WalkerKinetic Monte-Carlo techniques for modeling and simulation of organic semiconductors
10:20–10:50Coffee Break
10:50–12:10   —  Chair: Alison Walker
10:50–11:30Peter BobbertSimulating charge and exciton dynamics in organic semiconductor devices
11:30–12:10Karin ZojerModeling and simulation of organic semiconductor devices: A drift diffusion perspective
14:00–15:20   —  Chair: Thomas Koprucki
14:00–14:40Bernd WitzigmannThe non-equilibrium Green's function method for semiconductor light emitting diode simulation
14:40–15:20Karl RuppViennaSHE: A semiconductor device simulator based on the Spherical Harmonics Expansion method