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13 Jul 2014
Copenhagen, ..., Denmark
Registration deadline
May 1, 2014
Technical University of Denmark and QuantumWise
Contact address
Ms Nanna Fock
Lersø Parkallé 107


Modeling of Electronic Devices and Materials at the Nanoscale

Electronic devices are rapidly approaching the atomic scale, and there is a need for new simulation tools. It is a challenge for atomic-scale modeling techniques to address the system size and accuracy needed for semiconductor device applications.

In this workshop we will assemble some of the key academic and industrial players in the field, who will present the current state of the art and future challenges. In addition there will be a poster session for which you are welcome to submit an abstract before April 1, 2014.

The workshop will take place in Copenhagen July 1-3, 2014. The full program will be announced in early 2014. Participants may also attend a hands-on tutorial for the ATK software which will take place July 3, 2014.