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# nextnano.MSB
## Tutorials
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The following tutorials are available.
- Transmission coefficient of a double barrier structure
The tutorial is based on this paper:
Ballistic Quantum Transport using the Contact Block Reduction (CBR) Method
- An introduction
S. Birner, C. Schindler, P. Greck, M. Sabathil, P. Vogl
Journal of Computational Electronics **8**, 267-286 (2009)
- Ballistic current calculation of a GaAs nin resistor
This tutorial is based on the PhD thesis of Peter Greck and this
paper:
Ballistic Quantum Transport using the Contact Block Reduction (CBR) Method
- An introduction
S. Birner, C. Schindler, P. Greck, M. Sabathil, P. Vogl
Journal of Computational Electronics **8**, 267-286 (2009)
- Quantum well
The tutorial is based on this paper:
Self-consistent quantum transport theory of carrier capture in
heterostructures
T. Kubis, A. Trellakis, P. Vogl
Proceedings of the 14^{th} International Conference on
Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors, M. Saraniti and U.
Ravaioli, eds., Chicago, USA, July 25-19, 2005, Springer Proceedings in
Physics, vol. 110, pp. 369-372
This tutorial is similar to this
next**nano**^{3}
tutorial:
Applying the NEGF method to a quantum well
- Resonant Tunneling Diode
This tutorial is based on Section 8.2 and Fig. 8.2 of the PhD thesis
of Peter Greck.
This tutorial is similar to this
next**nano**^{3}
tutorial:
Ballistic current in a resonant tunneling diode (RTD)
- AlGaAs/GaAs THz QCL
The tutorial is based on this paper:
Terahertz quantum cascade lasers operating up to ~200 K with optimized
oscillator strength and improved injection tunneling S. Fathololoumi, E. Dupont, C.W.I. Chan, Z.R. Wasilewski, S.R. Laframboise,
D. Ban, A. Mátyás, C. Jirauschek, Q. Hu, H. C. Liu Optics Express **20**,3866 (2012)
This paper describes a THz quantum cascade laser (QCL) with a performance
up to 199.5 K. The QCL layout is based on a resonant phonon three well
design.
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