Saima Sharmin's Biography
Saima received her Bachelor's degree from Electrical and Electronic Engineering department of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in 2011. Subsequently, she served as a lecturer in the same department till July, 2012.
In her undergraduate thesis, she worked on the development of a self-consistent solver of Schroedinger-Poisson's equations, modeling of interface trap density and ballistic current of III-V heterostructure MOSFETs.
Currently, she is pursuing her Ph.D. degree in ECE department of Purdue University under Prof. Klimeck.
- Atomistic modeling of nanoscale devices
- Novel material transistors
- Modeling and Benchmarking of Nitride Tunnel FETs
- Investigating quantum transport with phenomenological scattering.