Semiconductor Device Physics Simulation with COMSOL Multiphysics®: Part 2
Tune into the second part of our webinar series on the Semiconductor Module, an add-on product to the COMSOL Multiphysics® software that is dedicated to semiconductor device physics simulations.
In the Semiconductor Module, the conventional drift-diffusion formulation is provided for direct current, small-signal, and transient analyses of diodes and transistors. Multiphysics couplings allow the modeling of optoelectronic devices, ion-sensitive field-effect transistors, thermal effects, and more. In addition, the ready-made Schrödinger Equation and Schrödinger-Poisson interfaces are available for quantum wells, wires, and dots.
During this presentation, we will go over the setup of a few model examples of the Semiconductor Module, followed by a Q&A session.
Missed part 1 of the webinar series? Watch the archived version here.
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Chien Liu is a senior member of the technical team at COMSOL, working with the MEMS and Semiconductor modules. Previously, he worked in R&D at Polaroid and Zink Imaging, where he coinvented the Zero INK technology. Chien has a PhD from Harvard University in applied physics and a postdoctorate from Rowland Institute for Science.