The major objective of DEEPEN is to develop an integrated multiscale simulation capability for predictive design of novel materials and nanostructures, targeted at two of the most important present device challenges, namely future CMOS and future energy-efficient light sources.
The nanoscale electronic and photonic devices to be studied require models that go beyond approaches strictly related to material science, with many model requirements common to both types of devices. To this end, first principles calculations will be undertaken to establish accurate parameters for empirical methods. With transport key to electrically driven devices, DEEPEN will develop sliding scale coupling between transport models from first-principles through to drift-diffusion, with rigorous investigations of the coupling between scales. These sliding scale transport models will be equally relevant to the design both of electronic and of photonic devices.More
Leading experts in Semiconductors, Electronics, Photonics and Modelling Convene in Cork for EU wide events on meeting our computing and related needs in the future.More
CECAM Ireland Multiscale Simulation from Materials through to Industrial UWorkshop and Plugfest brings multi-scale modelling experts together to share resources for developing materials of the future.More
The international workshop will take place in Dublin, Ireland from 5 to 7 September 2016.More
DEEPEN partner Mathieu Luisier of ETH Zurich contributed to the international Beyond CMOS Workshop in October 2015.More
Stefan Schulz will represent DEEPEN at the upcoming NUSOD 15th International ConferenceMore