Nanoscale Devices Physics, Modeling, and Their Application
The primary aim of this book is to discuss various aspects of nanoscale device design and their applications including transport mechanism, modeling, and circuit applications. .
Provides a platform for modeling and analysis of state-of-the-art devices in nanoscale regime, reviews issues related to optimizing the sub-nanometer device performance and addresses simulation aspect and/or fabrication process of devices
Also, includes design problems at the end of each chapter
Section I Nanoscale Transistors 1. Simulation of Nanoscale Transistors from Quantum and Multiphysics Perspective 2. Variability in Nanoscale Technology and EδDC MOS Transistor 3. Effect of Ground Plane and Strained Silicon on Nanoscale FET Devices Section II Novel MOSFET Structures 4. U-Shaped Gate Trench Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor: Structures and Characteristics 5. Operational Characteristics of Vertically Diffused Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor 6. Modeling of Double-Gate MOSFETs Section III Modeling of Tunnel FETs 7. TFETs for Analog Applications 8. Dual Metal–Double Gate Doping-Less TFET: Design and Investigations Section IV Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Transistors and Applications 9. Modeling of Graphene Plasmonic Terahertz Devices 10. Analysis of CNTFET for SRAM Cell Design 11. Design of Ternary Logic Circuits Using CNFETs Section V Modeling of Emerging Non-Silicon Transistors 12. Different Analytical Models for Organic Thin-Film Transistors: Overview and Outlook 13. A Fundamental Overview of High Electron Mobility Transistor and Its Applications Section VI Emerging Nonvolatile Memory Devices and Applications 14. Spintronic-Based Memory and Logic Devices 15. Fundamentals, Modeling, and Application of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions 16. RRAM Devices: Underlying Physics, SPICE Modeling, and Circuit Applications 17. Evaluation of Nanoscale Memristor Device for Analog and Digital Application