IEEE Nanotechnology Council
Advancing Nanotech for Humanity

Modeling and Simulation TC

Modeling and Simulation Technical Committee (TC 10)

In recent years, modeling and simulation of nanoscale devices and materials have gone through a tremendous development of sophisticated methodologies in order to overcome traditional barriers between scientific disciplines such as biophysics, chemistry, physics, material sciences and engineering. As a result, these pioneering approaches that span from quasi-analytical, semi-classical, quantum mechanical to hybrid bio-physics simulation methods, have become increasingly interdisciplinary with applications in conventional as well as in unconventional technological areas.

With the growing costs of fabrication and characterization techniques, numerical and physical modeling progressively take an important part in both device and material design. Hence, over the last decade, advances in raw processing power have seen intense activity in computational experiments to understand and probe the physics of device operation to gain intuition as to how critical design parameters control device characteristics. At the same time, these computational experiments as new teaching methodologies play a vital role in educating the next generation of science and engineering students. Modeling and Simulation Technical Committee of Nanotechnology council develops activities in order to meet these challenges and to enhance the leadership of NTC in the field.

M. P. AnantramUniversity of Washington, Seattle
M. CahayUniversity of Cincinnati
M GyureHRL laboratories
Ki Wook KimNorth Carolina State University
Irena KnezevicUniversity of Wisconsin,
Rosa KotlyarIntel
Gengchiau LiangNational University of Singapore
Ersin Emre OrenTOBB University, Turkey
D. YoderGeorgia Institute of Technology