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ddfermi

Doan Duy Hai, Patricio Farrell, Jürgen Fuhrmann, Thomas Koprucki, Markus Kantner & Nella Rotundo
ddfermi is an open-source software prototype which simulates drift diffusion processes in semiconductor materials. Its strength lies in the ability to simulate multidimensional devices under general statistics (Fermi-Dirac, Gauss-Fermi, Blakemore and Boltzmann) using state-of-the-art flux approximations. It implements a finite volume discretization of the basic semiconductor equations (the van Roosbroeck system), employing thermodynamically consistent extensions of the well-known Scharfetter-Gummel scheme. The code is based on pdelib and interfaced via Python or Lua.

ddfermi

Doan Duy Hai, Patricio Farrell, Jürgen Fuhrmann, Thomas Koprucki, Markus Kantner & Nella Rotundo
ddfermi is an open-source software prototype which simulates drift diffusion processes in semiconductor materials. Its strength lies in the ability to simulate multidimensional devices under general statistics (Fermi-Dirac, Gauss-Fermi, Blakemore and Boltzmann) using state-of-the-art flux approximations. It implements a finite volume discretization of the basic semiconductor equations (the van Roosbroeck system), employing thermodynamically consistent extensions of the well-known Scharfetter-Gummel scheme. The code is based on pdelib and interfaced via Python or Lua.

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