Victory Atomistic Device and Nanostructure Simulator
Nanotechnology products exhibit advanced quantum physical effects. Victory Atomistic aims to provide quantum and semi-classical hybrid solution in the domain of nanostructure properties like strain relaxation, phonon modes, electronic structure using the tight-binding model, self–consistent Schrödinger-Poisson calculations, and quantum transport.
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- Scalable from a few atoms to a million-atom structure
- Self-consistent Schrödinger – Poisson solver giving first principle understanding of device operation at atomistic level
- Non-Equilibrium Green’s Functions (NEGF) solver for an accurate simulation of I(V) characteristics including coherent and incoherent scattering mechanisms
- Mode space and Büttiker probe like advanced optimization techniques reducing computational load
- Results can be easily fed into a TCAD simulation, thus providing better calibrated parameters for classical or semi-classical TCAD simulation
- Advanced CMOS, TFETs
- 2D material devices including novel materials like TMDs
- Quantum confinement devices, such as quantum dots and wells
- Electron transport including scattering effects, for FinFETs, quantum wires, slabs
- Optical devices including LEDs.
- Study of Topological Insulators.
- Experimental new device structures.