Evolution of Current Transport Models for Engineering Applications
Siegfried Selberherr, Technical University of Vienna

TCAD Process/Device Modeling Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Decade
Martin Giles, Intel Corporation

Monte Carlo Simulation

Thirty Years of Monte Carlo Simulations of Electronic Transport in Semiconductors: Their Relevance to Science and to Mainstream VLSI Technology
Massimo Fischetti, IBM Research

Quantum Transport

The NEGF Method: Capabilities and Challenges
Supriyo Datta, Purdue University

Arbitrary Crystallographic Orientation in QDAME with Ge 7.5 nm DGFET Examples
Steve Laux, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Self-Consistent Contact Block Reduction Method for Ballistic Nanodevices
Denis Mamaluy, Arizona State University

Optical Processes

Progress and Issues in the Simulation of Quantum Well Lasers
Karl Hess, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Molecular Electronics

The Simulation of Molecular and Organic Devices: A Critical Review and a Look at Future Development
Paolo Lugli, Technical University of Munich

Alternative Computing Architectures

Simulation of Power Gain and Dissipation in Field-Coupled Nanomagnets
Gyorgy Csaba, Technical University of Munich


Hierarchical Multiscale Computations of Ion Transport in Synthetic Nanopores
Narayan Aluru, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign