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You can refer to one of below books. 1. physics of semiconductor devices by SM Sze 2. device Electronics for Integrated Circuits by Muller and Kamins
Hello dear friends, i need your help. I just installed SILVACO and i know only how to play the examples in DeckBuild. Actually, i am doing my Masters Thesis in semiconductor physics device modelling. and i have to use this software to analyze Electric field, Energy bands, AC, DC and Transient analysis etc. I am using the windows (...)
The ideal way to learn TCAD... First, it is very useful (I would say - it's mandatory) to know (or learn) the device physics of the device that you are planning to simulate. Learn what Ohmic contact is, doping, p-n junction, carrier lifetime, electric field, basic parameters of the semiconductor, potential, the difference (...)
See e.g. Mishra, Singh: "semiconductor device physics and Design" (? 2008 Springer) pp. 121 & 122 , Figure 3.17 (c) Ec(x) = Ec(0) + eεx Equ. (3.6.9) p. 121[/QUO
Try these two links. They should answer your questions. You could also try any of the semiconductor device physics books. They should have sections on CMOS static power.
Hi guys, I really need a good book talking about the semiconductor physics right now. Can anybody give me some suggestions? Thanks a lot.
device physics ! well Streetman is recommended !
better read books about device physics
Inside Simon Sze's semiconductor device physics. There is a defination when will be short and when will be long. The effective channel length and electrical field are teh domain one. If from tehcnology bench mark, beow 0.25um it will be easy to get into short channel effect.
1>semi conductor devices and physics by NEAMAN 2>semiconductor physics byS.M.SZE
Sze's book of semiconductor device physics is useful for you.
Now Monte Carlo simulation has been used in many field. Such as solid state physics, semiconductor device simulation, etc. You could find a textbook and read it in detail.
You learn this in a semiconductor device physics class
Books related to: ->device physics (especially MOS sturcture,MOSFET,CMOS) ->initial-intermediate level coverage of: band theory of solids ->fermi levels, and fermi-dirac statistics or Books Similar to 1)Ben Streetman, Solid State Electronic devices,4th Edition (Prentice Hall) 2)Robert F. Pierret, semiconductor (...)