Publications

Seminar Presentations

    Nanoelectronics

  • 143[S133] - [S_2013_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Michael Povolotskyi, Tillmann Kubis, Jim Fonseca, Bozidar Novakovic, Yu He, Daniel. Mejia, Zhengping Jiang, SungGeun Kim, Saumitra Mehrotra,
    "NEMO5, a Parallel, Multiscale, Multiphysics Nanoelectronics Modeling Tool"
    Synopsys, Oct 18, 2013, Host: Dr. Victor Moroz2013

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  • 142[S132] - [S_2013_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling of Realistic Nanoelectronic Devicesand nanoHUB tools"
    Philips - Lumileds, Oct 17, 2013, Host: Dr. Paco Leon.2013

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  • 141[S131] - [S_2013_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer on nanoHUB.org"
    Yegar Gaidar Summer Leadership Program, Purdue University, July 15, 2013, Host: Timothy Peoples, Purdue Research Foundation2013

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  • 140[S130] - [S_2013_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development "
    Purdue SURF Summer Seminar, July 2, 2013, Host: Vicki Leavitt2013

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  • 139[S129] - [S_2013_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Career Advice Panel"
    Purdue SURF Summer Seminar, June 17, 2013, Host Vicki Leavitt2013

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  • 138[S128] - [S_2013_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The Ultimate Scaling Limit – A Deterministic Single Atom Transistor"
    University of Michigan, NNIN-C presentation, Feb 26, 2013, Prof. Najafi2013

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  • 137[S127] - [S_2013_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Web Platforms for Collaborative Research and Education: The Quantifiably Positive nanoHUB Impacts"
    Washington Philosophical Society, Washington DC, Cosmos Club, Feb 22. 2013, Host. Dr. Larry Millstein.2013

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  • 136[S126] - [S_2013_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB"
    Purdue Presidents Council Back to School Event, Naples , FL, Feb 16, 20132013

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  • 135[I9] - [I_2012_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer with nanoHUB.org"
    Ruhr University Bochum, July 22, 20122012

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  • 134[I8] - [I_2012_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The Single Atom Transistor"
    Purdue PUGWASH Seminar, November 27 20122012

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  • 133[I7] - [I_2012_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The single-atom transistor: How it was created and what it might mean for the future"
    Mentor Graphics, Sponsored Dinner Event, San Jose, CA, Oct. 17, 20122012

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  • 132[S126] - [S_2012_06]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer with nanoHUB.org"
    Ruhr University Bochum, July 23, 2012, Host Prof. Ulrich Kunze2012

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  • 131[I6] - [I_2012_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The single-atom transistor: How it was created and what it might mean for the future"
    Mentor Graphics, Technology Development Group, Freemont, CA, Oct. 17, 20122012

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  • 130[S125] - [S_2012_05]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Band-to-Band Tunneling Transistors"
    NCN Summer School, Nanoelectronics from the Bottom-Up, July 17, 20122012

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  • 129[I5] - [I_2012_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer"
    Monash eScience and Grid Engineering Laboratory, Monash University, Australia, Oct. 5, 2012, (via teleconference)2012

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  • 128[S124] - [S_2012_04]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    " Impurities: Atomistic, Multi-Scale, Multi-Physics Modeling of Extended Si Quantum Devices"
    NCN Summer School, Nanoelectronics from the Bottom-Up, July 17, 20122012

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  • 127[I4] - [I_2012_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Band to Band Tunneling"
    2012 NCN Summer School, Electronics from the Bottom Up, July 16-20, 2012 2012

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  • 126[S123] - [S_2012_03]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer with nanoHUB.org"
    NCN Summer School, Nanoelectronics from the Bottom-Up, July 16, 20122012

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  • 125[I3] - [I_2012_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Single Impurities"
    2012 NCN Summer School, Electronics from the Bottom Up, July 16-20, 20122012

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  • 124[S122] - [S_2012_02]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Purdue SURF Summer Seminar, June 25, 2012, Host: Vicki Leavitt2012

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  • 123[I2] - [I_2012_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling of Realistic Nanoelectronic Devices and nanoHUB tools"
    Philips Lumiled, June 19, 2012, Host Dr. Paco Leon2012

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  • 122[S121] - [S_2012_01]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org powered by HUBzero® – A Platform for Collaborative Research with Quantifiable Impact on Research and Education"
    University of Michigan, April 27, 2012. Host Prof. Daniel Atkins2012

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  • 121[I1] - [I_2012_1]

    Krishna Madhavan, Gerhard Klimeck, Mihaela Vorvoreanu, Xin Chen,
    "Interactive large scale data analyses and visualization for learning"
    Student Learning and Analytics at Michigan Seminar Series. University of Michigan Provost Initiative on Learning Analytics. Ann Arbor, IN., October 19, 20122012

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  • 120[S120] - [S_2011_13]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Michael Povolotskyi, Tillmann Kubis, Hong-Hyun Park, Sebastian Steiger, Jim Fonseca, Jean Sellier, Seung Park, Yu He, Ganesh Hegde, SungGeun Kim, Mark Rodwell,
    "The Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO 5: Capabilities, Validation, and Application to Advanced Transistor Structures"
    MSD/FENA Teleseminar Series, Dec. 15 2011.2011

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  • 119[S119] - [S_2011_12]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org powered by HUBzero® - A Platform for Collaborative Research with Quantifiable Impact on Research and Education"
    Tuesday, November 22, 2011, Arizona State University, host: Prof. Dragica Vasileska2011

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  • 118[S118] - [S_2011_11]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Million-Atom Electronic Structure Simulations for Realistically Large Si-Based Quantum Devices"
    Monday, November 21, 2011, Arizona State University, Host: Prof. Dragica Vasileska2011

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  • 117[S117] - [S_2011_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Modeling of Thermal and Electron Transport in Nano-Scale Devices"
    University of Duisburg Essen, Oct. 13, 2011, Host: Dr. Werner Prost.2011

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  • 116[S116] - [S_2011_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org powered by HUBzero® – A Platform for Collaborative Research with Quantifiable Impact on Research and Education"
    Network Science Center, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, Host. Prof. Katy Borner, Sep 12, 20112011

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  • 115[S115] - [S_2011_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org powered by HUBzero®: A Platform for Collaborative Research - Mythbusting Scientific Knowledge Transfer"
    Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Directorate RX, July 15, 2011, Host Dr. Andrey Voevodin2011

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  • 114[S114] - [S_2011_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Purdue SURF Summer Seminar, June 2, 2011, Host: Vicki Leavitt 2011

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  • 113[S113] - [S_2011_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Success Examples and Challenges of Multi-Scale and Multi-Expertise Modeling and Simulations"
    Department of Energy, Germantown, April 20, 2011, Host: Dr. Harriett Kung, Office of Basic Energy Sciences. 2011

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  • 112[S112] - [S_2011_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Impact on Research and Education, Suggested Usage Examples for NSU"
    Norfolk State University, May 11, 2011, Host Prof. Mikhail Noginov.2011

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  • 111[S111] - [S_2011_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org - Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 170,000 users today"
    NASA JPL, April 1, 2011, Host. Dr. Thomas Cwik.2011

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  • 110[S110] - [S_2011_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling and Simulation Tools for Nanoelectronics and their Deployment on nanoHUB.org, serving thousands of users"
    Universidad National, Department of Chemistry, March 19, 9am, Bogota, Colombia, Catedra lecture to 1,400 students in Bogota and over 200 students nationwide via telecom. Host Prof. Alvaro Duarte Ruiz aduarter[at]unal.edu.co2011

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  • 109[S109] - [S_2011_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB tutorial"
    Universidad de los Andes, Department of Electrical Engineering, March 18, 11am, Bogota, Colombia, Host Prof. Alba Avila Bernal2011

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  • 108[S108] - [S_2011_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling and Simulation Tools for Nano Transistors"
    Universidad National, Department of Chemistry, March 17, 11am, Bogota, Colombia, Host Prof. Eduardo Alvarez.2011

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  • 107[S107] - [S_2010_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org Operation Model"
    Purdue University, Burton Morgan Entrepreneurial Leadership Academy, Dec. 2, 2010, Host: Candiss Vibbet2010

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  • 106[S106] - [S_2010_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling and Simulation Tools for Nanoelectronics and their Deployment on nanoHUB.org"
    Arizona State University, Nov. 22 2010, Host: Prof. Steven Goodnick2010

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  • 105[S105] - [S_2010_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org - Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 150,000 users today"
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Nov. 3 2010, Host: Dr. Rob Long2010

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  • 104[S104] - [S_2010_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Mathieu Luisier, Rajib Rahman, Seung Park, Hoon Ryu, Sunhee Lee, Neerav Kharche, Lloyd Hollenberg, Sven Rogge, Gabriel Lansbergen,
    "Atomistic Modeling of Ultra-Scaled Devices"
    Globalfoundries Workshop on III-V devices for high performance logic, Nov. 2 2010, Host: Dr. Witek Maszara.2010

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  • 103[S103] - [S_2010_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling and Simulation Tools for Nanoelectronics and their Deployment on nanoHUB.org"
    Purdue University, Department of Physics, Sept 10, 2010, Host: Prof. Michael Manfra2010

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  • 102[S102] - [S_2010_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Purdue SURF Summer Seminar, July 1, 2010, Host: Vicki Leavitt2010

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  • 101[S101] - [S_2010_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling of Ultra-Scaled III-V, Si/Ge, Graphene, and Single Impurity Devices"
    Samasung Advanced Institute of Technology, SAIT, Aug. 16, 2010, Host: Dr. Jai Kwang Shin2010

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  • 100[S100] - [S_2009_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org / NCN: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 90,000 users today & Rappture tool development"
    University of Rome Tor Vergata, Oct. 12 2009, Host: Prof. Aldo Di Carlo.2009

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  • 99[S99] - [S_2009_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "moving towards atomistic 3-D quantum transport in nano-scale semiconductors"
    University of Rome Tor Vergata, Oct. 12 2009, Host: Prof. Aldo Di Carlo.2009

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  • 98[S98] - [S_2009_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Nanoelectronic Modeling: From Quantum Mechanics and Atoms to Realistic Devices"
    Ph.D. Short Course, University of Pisa, Oct. 5-9 2009, Host: Prof. Gianluca Fiori. 41 individual lecture elements - approximately 16 hours of lectures. All lectures to be published on nanoHUB.org.2009

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  • 97[S97] - [S_2009_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Norfolk State University, Graduate Student Seminar, Sept. 21, 2009, Host: Prof. Suely Black.2009

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  • 96[S96] - [S_2009_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Purdue University, ECE 694 Graduate Seminar Class, Aug. 27, 2009. 2009

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  • 95[S95] - [S_2009_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Purdue SURF Summer Seminar, July 28, 2009, Host: Vicki Leavitt.2009

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  • 94[S94] - [S_2009_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Your Career Choices after Graduate School and The Most-Neglected Item in your Career Development"
    Purdue SURF Spring Seminar, April 8, 2009, Host: Vicki Leavitt.2009

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  • 93[S93] - [S_2009_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Modeling and Simulation Tools for Nanoelectronics"
    University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, 2:30pm, March 18., 2009, Host. Dr. Werner Prost and Prof. Tegude.2009

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  • 92[S92] - [S_2009_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Modeling and Simulation Tools for Nanoelectronics"
    Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, 10:15am, March 18., 2009, Host. Prof. Ulrich Kunze.2009

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  • 91[S91] - [S_2009_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Quantum Dots 101 and Quantum Dot Lab"
    Purdue, School of Technology, March 12., 2009, Host. Prof. Helen McNally.2009

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  • 90[S90] - [S_2008_11]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Introduction to Quantum Dots on nanoHUB.org"
    Purdue, School of Technology, Oct. 27, 2008, Host. Prof. Helen McNally.2008

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  • 89[S89] - [S_2008_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org simulation tools ranging from semiconductor device education to nanoelectronic research"
    MIT, MSD Teleseminar Series, Oct. 9, 2008, Host. Prof. Judy Hoyt.2008

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  • 88[S88] - [S_2008_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org - Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 75,000 users today"
    Purdue-Silicon Valley Symposium, August 26, 2008, Host. Margarita Contreni.2008

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  • 87[S87] - [S_2008_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org serving over 6,200 simulation users including NanoElectronic MOdeling (NEMO and OMEN)"
    UT Dallas Seminar, August 22, 2008, Host: Prof. Eric Vogel.2008

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  • 86[S86] - [S_2008_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Nanoelectronic Modeling - NEMO and OMEN"
    NCSA Director's Seminar, NCSA, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, April 17, 2008, Host. Prof. Thom Dunning.2008

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  • 85[S85] - [S_2008_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Introduction to Quantum Dot Lab"
    Purdue University, School of Technology, Introduction to nanotechnology Course. march 6th, 2008. Host Prof. Helen McNally.2008

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  • 84[S84] - [S_2008_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling of Single Electron Quantum State Control in Silicon using NEMO 3-D"
    University of New South Wales, Physics Department, Centre for Quantum Electronics, March 3rd, 2008, Host Profs. Michelle Simmons and Bob Clark.2008

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  • 83[S83] - [S_2008_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Quantum Transport in Realistically Extended Devices - nanowires and thin bodies"
    GRC / SRC Technology Transfer e-workshop, Feb. 21, 2008, Host Dr. Kwok Ng.2008

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  • 82[S82] - [S_2008_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Algorithms and Parallelization Approaches for Scaling to 23,000 Processors in Nanoelectronic Modeling (NEMO)"
    Purdue University SIAM student meeting, Feb 7, 2008. Host Mr. Maxim Naumov2008

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  • 81[S81] - [S_2008_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org - Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 26,000 users today"
    Oak Ridge National Lab, TN, Jan 9, 20082008

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  • 80[S80] - [S_2008_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic NanoElectronic MOdeling (NEMO) for Predictive 1D Out-of-Equilibrium Quantum Transport, and Disordered 3D Multi-Million Atom Electronic Structure"
    Oak Ridge National Lab, TN, Jan 8, 20082008

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  • 79[S79] - [S_2007_11]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 26,000 users today"
    Northwestern University, Dec. 6, 20072007

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  • 78[S78] - [S_2007_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 26,000 users today"
    Purdue University, School of Technology Student Seminar, Nov. 15, 20072007

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  • 77[S77] - [S_2007_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 25,000 users today"
    Ruhr University Bochum, Institute for Theoretical Electrical Engineering, Oct. 25, 2007, Hosts: Prof. Kunze and Brinkmann2007

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  • 76[S76] - [S_2007_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Engineering at the nanometer scale: Is it a new material or a new device?"
    Purdue University, Material Science and Engineering Seminar, Oct. 19, 2007, Host: Prof. Edwin Garcia.2007

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  • 75[S75] - [S_2007_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 25,000 users today"
    Purdue University, Math Graduate Student Seminar, Oct. 19, 20072007

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  • 74[S74] - [S_2007_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 25,000 users today"
    Purdue University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Seminar, ECE694, Oct. 18, 2007, Host: Prof. P. Krause2007

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  • 73[S73] - [S_2007_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: Future Cyberinfrastructure serving over 25,000 users today"
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Section 388 seminar, Pasadena CA, October 4, 2007. Host: Dr. Paul von Allmen2007

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  • 72[S72] - [S_2007_4]

    Mark Lundstrom, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The NCN and the nanoHUB"
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, April 9, 2007, Host: Dr. Jeff Neaton.2007

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  • 71[S71] - [S_2007_3]

    Michael McLennan, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB Demo and Usage Scenarios for Education"
    Purdue University, Electrical and Computer Engineering, EI2G: The ECE Instructional Innovation Group, March 6th, 2007, Host: Dr. Mark Johnsson.2007

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  • 70[S70] - [S_2007_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Alloy Disorder in Nanostructures"
    Purdue University, NCN/INAC Tutorial Lecture Feb. 7, 2007, Host: NCN Student Leadership Council.2007

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  • 69[S69] - [S_2007_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Martha Prada,
    "Electronic Structure of Si/InAs Composite Channels"
    University of Notre Dame, Electrical Engineering Department Januaray 30, 2007, Host: Prof. Alan Seabaugh.2007

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  • 68[S68] - [S_2006_13]

    Mark Lundstrom, Gerhard Klimeck, Michael McLennan,
    "Network for Computational Nanotechnology"
    Semiconductor Research Corporation e-Workshop, Teleseminar, Nov. 17, 2006, Host: Jim Hutchby2006

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  • 67[S67] - [S_2006_12]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Atomistic Modeling of Ultra-Scaled Si/Ge Devices and Tool Deployment on nanoHUB.org"
    Samsung Advanced Institute of Technonlogy, Seoul, Korea, October 27, 2006 Host: Dr. Jongsoeb Kim.2006

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  • 66[S66] - [S_2006_11]

    Sebastien Goasguen, Gerhard Klimeck, Renato Figueiredo, Alain Roy, Krishna Madhavan,
    "The nanoHUB case: Cyberinfrastructure-enabled Virtual Organization"
    NSF / OCI (Office of Cyberinfrastructure) seminar, presentation to program directors, NSF, Washington DC, Oct 5, 2006. Host: Dr. Miriam Heller.2006

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  • 65[S65] - [S_2006_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Why is Nanotechnology Multidisciplinary? - A perspective of one EE"
    Purdue Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Program, Purdue Univerisy, Oct. 3, 2006, Host: Prof. Robin Adams2006

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  • 64[S64] - [S_2006_9]

    Michael McLennan, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "HUB Technologies: A Fully Operational Collaborative Cyberinfrastructure for Research, Education, and Outreach Shared Infrastructure Available for You Today!"
    Cyber Center Seminar, Purdue University, School of Computer Science, September 25, 2006.2006

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  • 63[S63] - [S_2006_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB overview to the MSD/MARCO Center"
    MIT MSD/MARCO center Teleseminar, Sept 21. 2006, Host: Prof. Judy Hoyd2006

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  • 62[S62] - [S_2006_7]

    Michael McLennan, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "HUB Technologies: A Fully Operational Collaborative Cyberinfrastructure for Research, Education, and Outreach Shared Infrastructure Available for You Today! "
    University wide presentation, Purdue University, Burton Morgan Center for Entrepeneurship, September 6, 2006.2006

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  • 61[S61] - [S_2006_6]

    Michael McLennan, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Usage Scenarios of and Vision for nanoHUB"
    Presentation to the teacher summer workshop initiated from SC05, Purdue University, STEW 322 Host: Krishna Madhavan, July, 12, 2006.2006

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  • 60[S60] - [S_2006_5]

    Michael McLennan, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "nanoHUB.org: The Computational User Facility Complement to the Birck Nanotechnology Center"
    Nanotechnology Seminar Series, Purdue University, Birck 1001 June 5, 2006.2006

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  • 59[S59] - [S_2006_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Mark Lundstrom, Michael McLennan, Sebastien Goasguen, Krishna Madhavan,
    "nanoHUB.org online simulation and more - A fully operational Cyberinfrastructure that is transforming how Students learn, Teachers teach and Researchers and Engineers work "
    Presentation to the Northwest Indiana Grid Steering committee, representatives of Purdue West Lafayatte, Purdue-Calumet, and Notre Dame. Host Nathan Bohlmann, Chris Hoffmann, Access grid presentation, May 24, 2006.2006

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  • 58[S58] - [S_2006_3]

    Krishna Madhavan, Sebastien Goasguen, Gary Bertoline, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Next-generation Cyberinfrastructure for Bridging Discovery and Learning: nanoHUB"
    Revolutionizing science and education through cyberinfrastructure. Presentation at the Exploratorium Brown Bag Series, San Francisco, CA, May 18, 2006.2006

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  • 57[S57] - [S_2006_2]

    Krishna Madhavan, Sebastien Goasguen, Gary Bertoline, Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Next-generation Cyberinfrastructure for Bridging Discovery and Learning: nanoHUB"
    April 11, 2006, 10:00am, NSF ENG Cyberinfrastructure Seminar, National Science Foundation, Washington DC, Host: Dr. Gary Gabriele.2006

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  • 56[S56] - [S_2006_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational and Algorithm Challenges for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology"
    March 1, 2006, 4:00pm, Purdue University, Jointly sponsored by Computing Research Institute (CRI), CSE Spring 2006 Seminar Series, Center for Computational and Applied Mathematics (CCAM), Host: Prof. Dongbin Xiu.2006

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  • 55[S55] - [S_2005_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Bandstructure in Nanoelectronics"
    Nov. 2, 2005, 10:30am, Purdue University Nanotechnology Tutorial Series. 2005

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  • 54[S54] - [S_2005_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of a Nanowire Simulator at the Network for Computational Nanotechnologies (NCN)"
    Sept. 20, 2005, 4:30pm, Gerhard Mercator Universiät Duisburg, Host: Dr. Werner Prost.2005

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  • 53[S53] - [S_2005_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Parallel Computing for Realistic Nanoelectronic Simulations"
    Sept. 12, 2005, 2:30pm, Purdue University, Nanotechnology Tutorial Series. 2005

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  • 52[S52] - [S_2005_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Nano 101 - Quantum Dots"
    July 20, 2005, 11am, Purdue University, Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) Host: Prof. Michael Melloch.2005

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  • 51[S51] - [S_2005_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Michael McLennan,
    "CVS Crashcourse"
    April 6, 9am, 2005, Purdue University, Burton Morgan Entrepreneurship Center, NCN Student Leadership workshop.2005

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  • 50[S50] - [S_2005_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NCN Cyberinfrastrucutre or How can your science software reach thousands of users?"
    April 6, 2pm, 2005, Purdue University, Burton Morgan Entrepreneurship Center, NCN Student Leadership workshop.2005

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    0

  • 49[S49] - [S_2005_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) or How can your educational modules contain interactive online simulation? "
    Feb 28, 2005, National Center for Learning and Teaching in Nanoscale Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, Purdue University, web-based seminar, Host: Prof. Bob Chang.2005

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    0

  • 48[S48] - [S_2005_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN)"
    Feb 28, 11am, 2005, Purdue University, STEW 320, ITaP user forum, Host: Steve Dunlop.2005

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    0

  • 47[S47] - [S_2005_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "The Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) and NEMO 1-D transport simulations "
    Feb 18, 2005, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Host: Prof. Craig Scott.2005

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    0

  • 46[S46] - [S_2005_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Mark Lundstrom, Michael McLennan, Sebastien Goasguen,
    "The Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) or How can your science software reach thousands of users? "
    Feb 17, 2005, NIST, Gaithersburg, Host: Dr. David Seiler.2005

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    0

  • 45[S45] - [S_2004_11]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NEMO 1-D: The First NEGF-based TCAD Tool and The Network for Computational Nanotechnology"
    Nov. 4, 2004, Purdue University, EE 694 Graduate Student Seminar, Host: Prof. P. Krause.2004

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    0

  • 44[S44] - [S_2004_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Mark Lundstrom, Sebastien Goasguen,
    "The Network for Computational Nanotechnology Cyber-Infrastructure and Grid Computing for Nanotechnology Exploration and Education"
    Sept. 21, 2004, Purdue University, IEEE Computer Society, Host: Mr. Greg Veldman.2004

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    0

  • 43[S43] - [S_2004_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational Nanoelectronics: Towards Design, Analysis, and Fundamental Limits - Development of the Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO"
    Sept. 1, 2004, Walter Schottky Institute, Garching, Munich, Host: Prof. Peter Vogl.2004

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    0

  • 42[S42] - [S_2004_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational Nanoelectronics: Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits."
    August 30, 2004, Gwangju Institute of Technology (GIST), South Korea, Host: Prof. Youngjoo Chung.2004

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    0

  • 41[S41] - [S_2004_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NEMO 1-D: A NEGF-based CAD Tool, Interactive lecture and software demo."
    Lecture on June 14, 2004, Summer School: Introduction to Computational Nanotechnology, June 7-18, 2004, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Host: Prof. Umberto Ravaioli.2004

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    0

  • 40[S40] - [S_2004_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Numerical Aspects of NEGF: The Recursive Green Function Algorithm"
    Lecture on June 14, 2004, Summer School: Introduction to Computational Nanotechnology, June 7-18, 2004, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Host: Prof. Umberto Ravaioli.2004

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    0

  • 39[S39] - [S_2004_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of the Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool (NEMO): Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits"
    April 15, 2004, Ball State University, Center for Computational Nanoscience (CCN), Host: Prof. Jin Feng.2004

    0

    0

  • 38[S38] - [S_2004_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "HPC Challenges for NanoElectronic Modeling (NEMO)s"
    March 5, 2004, Purdue University, Computing Research Institute (CRI) Advisory Group, Host: Prof. Chris Hoffmann.2004

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    0

  • 37[S37] - [S_2004_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of NEMO 3-D: Boundary conditions for the electronic structure of finite-extent, embedded semiconductor nanostructures"
    Feb. 27, 2004, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Host: Dr. Werner Prost.2004

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    0

  • 36[S36] - [S_2004_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of NEMO 3-D: Boundary conditions for the electronic structure of finite-extent, embedded semiconductor nanostructures"
    Feb. 24, 2004, Ruhr-University University Bochum, Germany, Host: Prof. Ulrich Kunze.2004

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    0

  • 35[S35] - [S_2004_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of the Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool (NEMO): Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits"
    Feb. 18, 2004, State University of New York, Buffalo, Host: Prof. Vladimir Mitin.2004

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    0

  • 34[S34] - [S_2003_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational Nanoelectronics: Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits "
    July 28, 2003, Purdue University, Host: Prof. Mark Lundstrom.2003

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    0

  • 33[S33] - [S_2003_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational Nanoelectronics: Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits "
    JPL, Division 32 and 38 Seminar, June 18, Host: Dr. Carl Ruoff, Div 32 and 38 Chief Technologist.2003

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    0

  • 32[S32] - [S_2003_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational Nanoelectronics: Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits "
    JPL, Section 381 Noontime seminar, April 10, 2003, Host Jason Hyon, Section 381 Deputy.2003

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    0

  • 31[S31] - [S_2003_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Computational Nanoelectronics: Towards Design, Analysis, Synthesis, and Fundamental Limits "
    Dr. Ed Stone Award Outstanding Research Publication Award Lecture, JPL, Feb. 18, 2003, Host: Dr. Tom Prince, JPL Chief Scientist. 2003

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    0

  • 30[S30] - [S_2002_10]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Modeling of Disordered Multimillion Atom Quantum Dot Systems"
    University of Duisburg, Germany, Nov 13, 2002, Hosts Dr. Werner Prost and Prof. Tegude. 2002

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  • 29[S29] - [S_2002_9]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Modeling of Disordered Multimillion Atom Quantum Dot Systems"
    Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, Nov 11, 2002, Host Prof. Ulrich Kunze. 2002

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    0

  • 28[S28] - [S_2002_8]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D (NEMO 3-D) Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots "
    California State University Northridge, Northridge, CA, March 29, 2002, Host Prof. Nickolas Kioussis.2002

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    0

  • 27[S27] - [S_2002_7]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D (NEMO 3-D) Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots "
    Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, March 20, 2002, Host Prof. Supriyo Datta.2002

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    0

  • 26[S26] - [S_2002_6]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D (NEMO 3-D) Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots "
    Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, March 15, 2002, Host Prof. Wolfgang Porod.2002

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    0

  • 25[S25] - [S_2002_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D (NEMO 3-D) Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots "
    R. G. Herb Memorial Lecture, Physics Dept., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, March 14, 2002, Host Prof. Bob Joynt2002

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  • 24[S24] - [S_2002_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Status of the Nanoelectronic Modeling tool (NEMO 1-D and 3-D) and its planned extension to Spintronics"
    NTT Central Reaearch Laboratory, Erato Project, Feb 8, 2002, Hosts Dr. Michael Stope and Prof. Tarucha. 2002

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    0

  • 23[S23] - [S_2002_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Nanoelectronic Modeling (NEMO): Moving from commercial grade 1-D simulation to prototype 3-D simulation"
    University of Tokyo, February 8, 2002, Host Prof. Seigo Tarucha. 2002

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    0

  • 22[S22] - [S_2002_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Status of the Nanoelectronic Modeling tool (NEMO 1-D and 3-D) and its planned extension to Spintronics"
    Tokyo Institute of Technology, Feb 6, 2002, Host Prof. Oda. 2002

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    0

  • 21[S21] - [S_2002_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Nanoelectronic Modeling (NEMO): Moving from commercial grade 1-D simulation to prototype 3-D simulation"
    Osaka University, January 30m 2002, Host Prof. Hishiro Hamaguchi. 2002

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    0

  • 20[S20] - [S_2001_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Quantum Dot Modeling using NEMO 3-D"
    JPL, Section 367 Seminar, February 6, 2001, 126-346, 3p.m.2001

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  • 19[S19] - [S_2000_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "Quantum Dot Modeling using NEMO 3-D"
    University of California Riverside, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Dec 8, 2000. 2000

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    0

  • 18[S18] - [S_2000_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck, R. Bowen, Tom Cwik, Timothy Boykin,
    "A Prototype of a 3-D Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool (NEMO-3D)"
    Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, April 12, 2000.2000

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    0

  • 17[S17] - [S_2000_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, R. Bowen, Tom Cwik, Timothy Boykin,
    "A Prototype of a 3-D Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool (NEMO-3D)"
    General Dynamics Information Systems, Minneapolis, MN, March 22, 2000. 2000

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    0

  • 16[S16] - [S_1999_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, R. Bowen, Tom Cwik,
    "Simulator Development for Nanoelectronic and Electromagnetic Devices"
    National Reconnaissance Office, Chantilly, VA, March 31, 1999. 1999

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  • 15[S15] - [S_1998_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck, R. Bowen, Timothy Boykin, Fabiano Oyafuso, Tom Cwik, Carlos Salazar-Lazaro, Adrian Stoica,
    "The Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO and its extension to High Performance Computing"
    MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA. Dec. 2, 1998. 1998

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    0

  • 14[S14] - [S_1998_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck, R. Bowen, Timothy Boykin, Fabiano Oyafuso, Tom Cwik, Carlos Salazar-Lazaro, Adrian Stoica,
    "The Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO and its extension to High Performance Computing"
    Gerhard Mercator University Duisbug, Nov 25, 1998. 1998

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    0

  • 13[S13] - [S_1998_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck, R. Bowen, Timothy Boykin, Fabiano Oyafuso, Tom Cwik, Carlos Salazar-Lazaro, Adrian Stoica,
    "The Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO and its extension to High Performance Computing"
    Ruhr University Bochum, Lehrstuhl fuer Werkstoffe der Elektrotechnik, Nov 23, 1998. 1998

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    0

  • NEMO Related Work at Raytheon / TI / UTD

  • 12[S12] - [S_1998_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NEMO: A 1-D Heterostructure Design Tool"
    Center for Integrated Space Microsystems, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, April 24, 1998. 1998

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    0

  • 11[S11] - [S_1997_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NEMO: A General Purpose 1-D Quantum Device Simulator"
    November 21, 1997, Intel Corporation, Portland, OR.1997

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    0

  • 10[S10] - [S_1997_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NEMO: A General Purpose 1-D Quantum Device Simulator"
    October 6, 1997, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.1997

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    0

  • 9[S9] - [S_1997_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck,
    "NEMO: Quantitative RTD Simulation"
    Hitachi Ltd., Cambridge, UK, July 21, 1997.1997

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    0

  • 8[S8] - [S_1996_5]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Dejan Jovanovic,
    "NEMO: Quantum Device Modeling (1-D, 2-D and 3-D)"
    Ultra Electronics Program Review, Estes Park, CO, Oct. 6-10, 1996.1996

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    0

  • 7[S7] - [S_1996_4]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, R. Bowen, Daniel Blanks, Manhua Leng, Chenjing Fernando, Dejan Jovanovic, Paul Sotirelis,
    "NEMO: A General Purpose Quantum Device Simulator"
    IMEC, Leuven, Belgium, May 31, 19961996

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    0

  • 6[S6] - [S_1996_3]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, R. Bowen, Daniel Blanks, Manhua Leng, Chenjing Fernando, Dejan Jovanovic, Paul Sotirelis,
    "NEMO: A General Purpose Quantum Device Simulator"
    Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, May 30, 1996.1996

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    0

  • 5[S5] - [S_1996_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, R. Bowen, Daniel Blanks, Manhua Leng, Chenjing Fernando, Dejan Jovanovic, Paul Sotirelis,
    "NEMO: A General Purpose Quantum Device Simulator"
    Universität Duisburg, Germany, May 28, 1996.1996

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    0

  • 4[S4] - [S_1996_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, R. Bowen, Daniel Blanks, Manhua Leng, Chenjing Fernando, Dejan Jovanovic, Paul Sotirelis,
    "NEMO: A General Purpose Quantum Device Simulator"
    Texas Instruments Research Colloquium, Dallas, TX, May 23, 1996.1996

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    0

  • Quantum Dots, RTD's and 2DEG's at Purdue

  • 3[S3] - [S_1994_2]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, Garnett Bryant, Guanlong Chen, Supriyo Datta, R. Bowen, William Frensley,
    "Elektronen-Elektronen und Elektronen-Phononen Wechselwirkungen in der Nanotechnologie"
    Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, Dec. 20, 1994.1994

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    0

  • 2[S2] - [S_1994_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, Garnett Bryant, Guanlong Chen, Supriyo Datta, R. Bowen, William Frensley,
    "Elektronen-Elektronen und Elektronen-Phononen Wechselwirkungen in der Nanotechnologie"
    Universität Duisburg, Germany, Dec. 15, 1994.1994

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    0

  • 1[S1] - [S_1993_1]

    Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, Supriyo Datta,
    "Erhöhter Stromfluss durch Streuprozesse oder überraschende Ergebnisse im Bereich der Quantenbauelemente"
    Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, Jan. 8, 1993.1993

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