Friday, 2017-July-28, 13:00-16:30, NUSOD 2017 Conference, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen
During the 17th International Conference on Numerical Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices (NUSOD 2017) there will be a nextnano workshop offered in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The tutorial gives a hands-on introduction to our simulation software for electronic and optoelectronic quantum devices. The workshop demonstrates how the software works by discussing both simple and realistic devices. Additionally, Zoltán Jéhn of Xiences will demonstrate multiphysics calculations with the XienceSim FEM software package including optical device simulation.
When: Friday, 2017-July-28, 13:00-16:30
Workshop fee: The workshop is free of charge and open to the public.
Registration: You can register via Facebook or
send an email to Stefan Birner, stefan.birner [at] nextnano.com.
You can also register on-site during the NUSOD 2017 workshop or simply join us when the workshop starts.
You will receive detailed instructions on how to install the software on your laptop in the week before the conference.
The nextnano software solves the Strain, Poisson, Schrödinger and Current equations self-consistently in one, two and three dimensions. It can be applied to a large variety of semiconductor nanostructures such as nanotransistors, LEDs, laser diodes, quantum dots, nanowires, quantum cascade lasers, HEMTs, infrared detectors and solar cells.
Contact for questions
Stefan Birner, stefan.birner [at] nextnano.com, +49 8121 7603205