ATLAS enables device technology engineers to simulate the electrical, optical, and thermal behavior of semiconductor devices. ATLAS provides a physics-based, easy to use, modular, and extensible platform to analyze DC, AC, and time domain responses for all semiconductor based technologies in 2 and 3 dimensions.
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- Nisar, Ubaid Ahmed; Ashraf, Waqas; Qamar, Shamsul: A splitting scheme based on the space-time CE/SE method for solving multi-dimensional hydrodynamical models of semiconductor devices (2016)
- Bae, Hyeon; Jeon, Tae-Ryong; Kim, Sungshin; Kim, Hyun-Soo; Kim, Dongseop; Han, Seung-Soo; May, Gary S.: Optimization of silicon solar cell fabrication based on neural network and genetic programming modeling (2010) ioport
- Alam, M. S.; Kranti, A.; Armstrong, G. A.: An efficient neural network approach for nanoscale FinFET modelling and circuit simulation (2009)
- López-González, Juan M.: DC and small-signal comparison of horizontal emitter designs of InGaP/GaAs heterojunction bipolar transistors (2009)
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