Mathieu Luisier
Mathieu Luisier
Verified email at iis.ee.ethz.ch
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Sub-10 nm carbon nanotube transistor
AD Franklin, M Luisier, SJ Han, G Tulevski, CM Breslin, L Gignac, ...
Nano letters 12 (2), 758-762, 2012
6692012
Atomistic simulation of nanowires in the s p 3 d 5 s* tight-binding formalism: From boundary conditions to strain calculations
M Luisier, A Schenk, W Fichtner, G Klimeck
Physical Review B 74 (20), 205323, 2006
4212006
Atomistic full-band simulations of silicon nanowire transistors: Effects of electron-phonon scattering
M Luisier, G Klimeck
Physical Review B 80 (15), 155430, 2009
2252009
Simulation of nanowire tunneling transistors: From the Wentzel–Kramers–Brillouin approximation to full-band phonon-assisted tunneling
M Luisier, G Klimeck
Journal of Applied Physics 107 (8), 084507, 2010
1832010
On Landauer versus Boltzmann and full band versus effective mass evaluation of thermoelectric transport coefficients
C Jeong, R Kim, M Luisier, S Datta, M Lundstrom
Journal of Applied Physics 107 (2), 023707, 2010
1792010
Fast methods for computing selected elements of the Green’s function in massively parallel nanoelectronic device simulations
A Kuzmin, M Luisier, O Schenk
European Conference on Parallel Processing, 533-544, 2013
1622013
Atomistic full-band design study of InAs band-to-band tunneling field-effect transistors
M Luisier, G Klimeck
IEEE Electron Device Letters 30 (6), 602-604, 2009
1572009
Quantum transport in two-and three-dimensional nanoscale transistors: Coupled mode effects in the nonequilibrium Green’s function formalism
M Luisier, A Schenk, W Fichtner
Journal of Applied physics 100 (4), 043713, 2006
1522006
Soft surfaces of nanomaterials enable strong phonon interactions
D Bozyigit, N Yazdani, M Yarema, O Yarema, WMM Lin, S Volk, ...
Nature 531, 618-622, 2016
1002016
Performance comparisons of tunneling field-effect transistors made of InSb, Carbon, and GaSb-InAs broken gap heterostructures
M Luisier, G Klimeck
2009 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), 1-4, 2009
952009
Performance analysis of statistical samples of graphene nanoribbon tunneling transistors with line edge roughness
M Luisier, G Klimeck
Applied Physics Letters 94 (22), 223505, 2009
902009
Microscopic analysis of optical gain in quantum wells
B Witzigmann, V Laino, M Luisier, UT Schwarz, G Feicht, W Wegscheider, ...
Applied Physics Letters 88 (2), 021104, 2006
882006
Atomic Scale Plasmonic Switch
A Emboras, J Niegemann, P Ma, C Haffner, A Pedersen, M Luisier, ...
Nano letters 16, 709-714, 2016
852016
Performance comparisons of III–V and strained-Si in planar FETs and nonplanar FinFETs at ultrashort gate length (12 nm)
SH Park, Y Liu, N Kharche, MS Jelodar, G Klimeck, MS Lundstrom, ...
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 59 (8), 2107-2114, 2012
832012
Atomistic treatment of interface roughness in Si nanowire transistors with different channel orientations
M Luisier, A Schenk, W Fichtner
Applied Physics Letters 90 (10), 102103, 2007
812007
Ultimate device scaling: Intrinsic performance comparisons of carbon-based, InGaAs, and Si field-effect transistors for 5 nm gate length
M Luisier, M Lundstrom, DA Antoniadis, J Bokor
2011 International Electron Devices Meeting, 11.2. 1-11.2. 4, 2011
752011
Leakage-reduction design concepts for low-power vertical tunneling field-effect transistors
S Agarwal, G Klimeck, M Luisier
IEEE Electron Device Letters 31 (6), 621-623, 2010
732010
Modified valence force field approach for phonon dispersion: from zinc-blende bulk to nanowires
A Paul, M Luisier, G Klimeck
Journal of Computational Electronics 9 (3-4), 160-172, 2010
682010
Full three-dimensional quantum transport simulation of atomistic interface roughness in silicon nanowire FETs
SG Kim, M Luisier, A Paul, TB Boykin, G Klimeck
IEEE transactions on electron devices 58 (5), 1371-1380, 2011
652011
Ab-initio simulation of van der Waals MoTe2-SnS2 heterojunction TFETs for low power electronics
A Szabo, S Koester, M Luisier
IEEE Electron Device Letters, 2015
602015
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