Designing and simulating submicron semiconductor devices.
Archimedes is for semiconductor device simulations. It is intended to assist engineers in designing and simulating submicron and mesoscopic semiconductor devices based on the Ensemble Monte Carlo method. It is able to handle a wide variety of materials and structures, which are described through simple scripts.
It is a 2D Monte Carlo simulator which can take into account all the relevant quantum effects by means of Bohm effective potential. The description of the device is very general and made by means of a simple script language, which makes GNU Archimedes a powerful tool for the simulation of quite general 2D semiconductor devices. Some very interesting results have been obtained and they will be put, as soon as possible, on the web page (some results are already available in the documentation).
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released on 30 April 2013
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13 June 2018
Leaders and contributors
|Jean Michel Sellier||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 January 2019.
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