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The Monte Carlo Method for Semiconductor Device Simulation
(Springer Vienna, 1989)
The application of the Monte Carlo method to the simulation of semiconductor devices is presented. A review of the physics of transport in semiconductors is given, followed by an introduction to the physics of semiconductor ...
Dynamical Simulation Of A Perturbed Phonon Distribution Induced By Hot-Carrier Thermalisation In GaAs
Time-resolved luminescence and Raman measurements have indicated in recent years the existence of nonequilibrium phonon distributions, as a result of the cooling of phototexcited electrons and holes in GaAs. While several ...
Monte Carlo Analysis of Quantum Transport and Fluctuations in Semiconductor 2
The first topic treated is quantum transport. Two major lines of research have been investigated: the first is based on the introduction of the joint spectral density into a traditional Monte Carlo simulation; the second ...